By Onyebuchi Ezigbo in Abuja
In the aftermath of the forceful takeover of the national secretariat of the Peoples Democratic Party ( PDP ), the premises on Tuesday appears deserted as normal activities at the place remained at their lowest ebb; even the ousted national chairman, Senator Ali Modu Sheriff, deserting his office which he had forcefully occupied on Monday.
Most members of staff stayed away from duties apparently due to the uncertainties surrounding the status of the party’s leadership.
Some of the staff who came to work however failed to enter their offices, but preferred to stay outside discussing in hushed voices the latest conflict bedevilling the party.
Meanwhile, Sheriff, who on Monday
staged a comeback to occupy the secretariat, came to his office and after a brief moment drove out in company of the former National Vice Chairman of the PDP (South-South), Dr. Cairo Ojougboh.
More details as situation unfolds