Goodluck Jonathan is reportedly not happy with the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
The former president made this known when he met the Reconciliation and Strategy Committee of the PDP.
The committee was led by a former president of the Senate, Dr. Bukola Saraki. Jonathan was reported to have complained that the PDP left him in the dark, without any role assigned to him.
Former president Goodluck Jonathan has reportedly complained to the Saraki-led committee that the PDP left him in the dark.
The former president was also reported to have told the Saraki-led team that he intentionally stood back so that he would not be seen as imposing himself on the party when he was not assigned any responsibility.
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Saraki, the former Senate president, expressed optimism in Jonathan staying in the PDP.
Saraki gave this assurance on Tuesday, February 16, when some leaders of the party met with the former president amid growing speculations surrounding his projected move to the All Progressives Congress (APC).
Jonathan has been rumoured to be eyeing the Aso Rock Villa again, with the ruling party looking like a pleasant destination to that dream.
In another report, Salihu Lukman, the director-general of the Progressive Governors’ Forum (PGF), said the defection of Femi Fani-Kayode to the APC was stalled due to the strong internal democratic culture of the party.
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