The post-election crisis currently rocking the ruling People’s Democratic Party (PDP) reached a crescendo on Tuesday evening when the party’s National Chairman Adamu Muazu was literally bundled out of a meeting meant for State Governors.
A source close to the meeting told our correspondent that Muazu who was an uninvited guest at the Akwa Ibom State Lodge, Asokoro Abuja venue of the PDP governors’ meeting was shocked when some of the governors began to charge at him accusing him of betraying the party at the just concluded presidential elections.
The source further claimed that the angry governors led by a governor from the South-West and another from the South-South began to scream at him: “what are you doing here after you have betrayed us? Leave here now!”
The bewildered party chairman while making attempt to appeal to the governors’ for understanding was pushed out by the two governors who were too angry to pay him any attention.
Stories have been making the round that there are plans by members of the party’s leadership to remove Muazu from his position if he fails to resign voluntarily after leading the party to a woeful outing in the just concluded elections.
It is however not clear what will be the next line of action of the governors, National Working committee, Board of Trustees and even the embattled chairman but pundits believe that Muazu’s days as chairman is numbered.
The embattled Muazu became chairman after such feeling of incompetence greeted his predecessor Bamanga Tukur who was later removed in an inglorious manner.