PDP Hits Back Over Sheriff, Ihejirika; Says Australian’s Revelations Prove APC Behind Boko Haram


Stephen Davis, with some masked 'Boko Haram members'

Nigeria’s ruling party, The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has hit back at the opposition All Progressives Congress, after the APC said recent allegations by a government-appointed Boko Haram negotiator, show that senior PDP members and allies of President Goodluck Jonathan are masterminds of the sect.

At a press conference Tuesday, the APC demanded the immediate trial of a former governor of Borno State, Modu Sheriff, a PDP member; and a former army chief, Azubuike Ihejirika. Both former officials were named by an Australian negotiator, Stephen Davis, as Boko Haram sponsors. Read the rest of the story here