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PDP CRISIS: IGP reads riot act, Sues for Peace

The Inspector General of Police, IGP Solomon Arase has warned Peo­ples Democratic Party sup­porters that the force would not relent in its mandate to protect lives and property.
The IGP gave the warn­ing yesterday during a meet­ing convened in his office in a bid to find a lasting solution to the protracted crisis rock­ing the party.
Arase called for peace among the warring factions particularly Senator Ali Modu Sherif and Senator Ahmed Makarfi.
The spokesman of the force, ACP Olabisi Kolawole made this known in a sta­ment made available to newsmen on Saturday in which she said the IGP ap­pealed to the politicians to educate their followers to act within the ambit of the law
“The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Solomon Arase, convened a meeting with all Stakeholders in his Abuja of­fice on Friday 17th June, 2016, and called for peace among the parties, particularly Sen­ator Ali Modu Sherif and Sen­ator Ahmed Makarfi.
“After exhaustive delib­erations, in the meeting that was also attended by the Di­rector-General of Department of State Services (DSS), Lawal Musa Daura, each of the fac­tions – Sen Ali Modu Sherif’s and Sen Ahmed Mohammed Makarfi-led factions agreed to nominate four represent­atives each for peace talks to arrive at a harmonized posi­tion within one week; while the PDP Secretariat at Wa­data House Plaza and Legacy House should be under lock and key pending the outcome of the resolution.
“While appealing to the politicians to help in educat­ing their followers on the need to act and conduct themselves within the ambit of the law, the IGP said the Force would not relent in its mandate to protect lives and property without fear or favour,” she stated.


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