BREAKING: Saraki and Sheriff hold secret talks


BREAKING: Saraki and Sheriff hold secret talks

The Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, has held a personal assembly with a factional chairman of the Peoples Democratic Get together, Ali Modu-Sheriff.

The assembly, which lasted for a little bit over 20 minutes, was held at an enclosure throughout the Worldwide Convention Centre advanced, Abuja, on Sunday.

Saraki made his manner into the advanced at about 7.30 pm and left round 7.51pm and was obtained by Sheriff who strolled with him to a nook of the corridor the place they held the assembly.

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Though particulars of the assembly weren’t made public, it was gathered that they mentioned problems with “mutual curiosity.”

There have been speculations about political re-alignments forward of the 2019 normal elections whilst Sheriff is battling the Ahmed Makarfi-led faction of the PDP over the chairmanship of the PDP.

Each have individually vowed to reposition the get together in the direction of making it a greater different platform for the 2019 normal polls.

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When contacted, the Particular Assistant to the Senate President (Print Media), Mr. Chucks Okocha, stated whereas it was true that his boss met with Sheriff, it had nothing to do with politics.

He stated, “My principal solely went to felicitate with the Sheriffs over the marriage of their daughter.

“The Sarakis and the Sheriffs have been household buddies for over 20 years.

“There’s nothing standard about them sharing moments of pleasure resembling weddings. It was only a social go to and that’s what it’s.”

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