Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leaders are mounting pressure on South-South governors of the party and other stakeholders to concede the national chairmanship slot of the party to the Southwest ahead of the December convention.
The party has already agreed to pick its next chairman from the south and its 2019 presidential candidate from the north.
The South-South leaders of the party are believed to be rooting for Prince Uche Secondus to occupy the post.
It was gathered that some leaders of the party from the South have reneged on the under-the-table agreement to concede the position to the Southwest.
The Nation, October 22, 2017
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