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The political class in Nigeria, especially the Leaders of the All Progressives Congress, APC, have been thrown into major confusion, as political meetings and realignments, kicked off in earnest, following the historic judgement delivered by the Supreme Court on Wednesday, determining the authentic leadership of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.
The Supreme Court in its judgement had affirmed the Ahmed Makarfi-led Caretaker Committeem as the authentic national leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.
Our investigation, shows that the apex court’s judgement has changed political calculations in the country, ahead of the 2019 general elections.
The ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, now plans to go back to the drawing board, knowing fully well that it is no longer business as usual, we further gathered.
The judgment had since spurred the leadership of the APC, to the reality of possible strong and virile opposition, which the PDP may likely provide ahead of the next general elections.
“2019 is now dicey, any of the political parties may pull a surprise”, a source told us.
However, the Vice National Chairman, North-East zone of the APC, Mustapha Salihu, disagreed, while disclosing that the PDP has nothing to offer, despite the latest development.

According to him: “The apex court’s declaration of Makarfi as the authentic leader of the PDP, was inconsequential to us.”
Nonetheless, looking at the verdict from a different angle, the Conference of Nigeria Political Parties, CNPP, said the development would bring to an end, the challenges of opposition that had almost brought the major opposition PDP to its knees.
The CNPP Secretary General, Willy Ezugwu, said the apex court’s verdict was a victory for democracy, and all members of the umbrella body of political parties in the country.
He also urged the PDP, to put its house in order, and also contribute its quota in the opposition politics for the deepening of democracy in Nigeria.
A Lawyer and Political Analyst, Godwin Sunday Ogoji, said while it is imperative to blame the PDP for self-inflicting injury, the judiciary has its own portion of the blame, for the fact that it was the one issuing conflicting judgments that eventually worsened the situation.
According to him: “If the judgment had gone the other way, political parties in the country would have continued to revolve around an individual.”
Suggesting what the PDP could do to cover up politically, the former Deputy Governor of Osun State, Senator Iyiola Omisore, said the judgment would make deeper meaning, “if we quickly close ranks and seamlessly move together as one indivisible party, and thereafter go ahead to taking over the Presidency in 2019, the Governorship elections in Anambra, come November, and Osun, Ekiti States, in 2018.”

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