WorldStage Newsonline-- Ahead of the Court of Appeal ruling in Port Harcourt later in the week on the leadership tussle within the Peoples Democratic Party, the Factional Chairman of the Party, Ali-Modu Sheriff has said that they were open to dialogue, no matter what the outcome of the court cases.
Speaking on Monday in Abuja through his deputy, Cairo Ojuogboh, the former Borno State governor, said that the problems in the party can only be resolved through dialogue as initiated between him and Senator Ahmed Makarfi.
He opined that there would still be a need for dialogue, irrespective of what the outcome of the Court of Appeal judgement on the PDP crisis would be.
According to him, the group had decided not to head for the apex court even if the decision of the Appeal Court is delivered in favour of the Senator Ahmed Makarfi-led care taker committee.
He admitted that the both faction had learn from their mistake and ready to eschew bitterness, so as to enable the party become more stronger and formidable for 2019 general elections.