PDP Reps Caucus Affirms Unity, Says G-60 Coalition Imaginary

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The People's Democratic Party (PDP) Caucus in the House of Representatives has declared the party united while dismissing a group of lawmakers under the appellation ‘G-60′ led by Rep. Ikenga Ugochinyere as an imaginary and non-existent.

This was disclosed in a statement released after Caucus' third meeting in the 10th National Assembly, held on Tuesday.

Chairman of PDP Caucus and Minority Leader of the House, Rep. Kingsley Chinda, speaking after its third meeting in the 10th Assembly, said, “We have just concluded the third meeting of the People's Democratic Party caucus in the 10th Assembly and have resolved to tell all of us and the world that we are united and we are one and remained united, indivisible, committed and out to perform her duty as the watchdog on behalf of the Nigerian people.


“In the same vein, we x-rayed the security situation in the country and resolved that we can no longer accept the situation where Nigeria is today tagged one life, one minute silence. The government is therefore called upon to immediately take steps to ensure that the security situation in the country is normalised and the caucus has also given a three month ultimatum for government to normalise the security situation in our country.

“After three months, the caucus will take further steps to sensitise and mobilise Nigerians to perhaps take their security in their hands. The House caucus also agreed to call on all party caucuses, the Board of Trustees, National Executive Committee and the National Working Committee of the party to embark on reconciliation measures with a view to resolving all litigation that are pending and has hindered the party in any way whatsoever from having a substantive national Chairman.

“We call on our leaders in the PDP to continue to demonstrate unconditional loyalty to the party and ensure that the party reclaim her pride of place where she enjoyes the position of the largest party in Africa and to take back the Aso Villa which actually supposed to be our birthright.”

Meanwhile, a leader of a faction of the Caucus called G60, Rep Ugochinyere had claimed in a report widely published in the media that the meeting with the Minority Leader ended in a commotion, stressing that PDP lawmakers were sharply divided along the lines of pro and anti-Umar Damagun, the PDP's acting National Chairman.

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