Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governors have rejected what they see as a plot by some of their colleagues to impose a presidential candidate on the party.
Instead, the governors have offered to meet with the 12 presidential aspirants this week on their commitment to free and fair primaries.
The governors, who met in Abuja on Sunday, were said to have discovered that “one or two” of them had “ulterior agenda” to impose a candidate on the party.
It was learnt that the governors also came up with the idea of a consensus candidate, but others claimed it was too early to decide that.
The party, Board of Trustees (BoT) is canvasing consensus, saying the number of candidate is high. Read more