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Morning Teaser Do you think the PDP is on the verge of collapse?

The PDP seems to be on a spiral crisis since it lost the presidential election and could collapse if they cannot put their house in order.

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Adamu Muazu stepped down as PDP chair. play

Adamu Muazu stepped down as PDP chair.


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Since the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), lost out to the All Progressive Congress (APC), in the presidential election and also lost its grip on many states and in the National Assembly, the party has been going from one crisis to the other, culminating in the resignation of its National Chairman, Adamu Muazu as well as the Board of Trustee Chairman, Tony Anenih.

The crisis rocking the party has made many Nigerians come to the conclusion that the party which once prided itself as the biggest in Africa is gradually crumbling, especially with many of its founding fathers and staunch members dumping it for the opposition.

Though many of its stalwarts do not believe the problems they are facing would lead to its disintegration, there are still that lingering fears.

So on Morning Teaser today, we ask: do you think the crisis currently rocking the party could lead to its collapse?

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