It appears all is no longer at ease with the former ruling party, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, as the meeting of its Board of Trustees (BoT) scheduled to hold Thursday (today), has again been postponed, this time indefinitely.
The meeting, which was initially slated for December 18, 2015 was at the last minute called off when it failed to form a quorum.
Secretary of the BoT, Senator Walid Jibrin, confirmed the postponement of the meeting on Wednesday.
Jibrin said the postponement was to allow wider consultation among key party stakeholders, owing to the sensitivity of issues on the agenda.
He said, “We can no longer hold the meeting as scheduled because we discovered that we need wider consultation to enable us take far reaching decisions.
“We need time to hold consultations with our National Assembly Caucus, the National Executive Committee (NEC), the zonal caucuses, chairmen of state chapters and other key stakeholders”.
The December 18 meeting was supposed to set in motion the process for the emergence of a substantive chairman of the BoT following the resignation of Chief Tony Anenih on May 20, 2015.