The committee’s job is to settle the party’s leadership dispute, and it has 14 people working on it.
On Monday, in the Executive Chamber of the Government House in Jalingo, the capital of the state, Kefas inaugurated the members of the committee and stated that their mission is to investigate the leadership problem in the party with the hope of ending the cold war.
The committee has two weeks to evaluate all relevant materials, compile evidence, and conduct interviews before submitting its findings and recommendations.
KURYALOADED noted that one of the reasons for forming the committee was the tension between the party’s former chairman, Alhaji Inuwa Bakari, and the current chairman, Alhaji Abubakar Bawa.
Darius Dickson Ishaku, the former governor, replaced Bakari, the party’s acting chairman, with Bawa just after the 2023 general elections, a move that continues to cause friction within the party.