‘Enough is enough, stop making derogatory remarks about me’ – Sheriff warns Fayose

The embattled National Chairman of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP), Sen. Ali Modu has cautioned governor of Ekiti State, Ayo Fayose, and other members of the party against making derogatory remarks about him.

He gave the warning at a news conference organized by the National Working Committee (NWC) of the party in Abuja.

Sheriff noted that while political party was a voluntary association people joined by choice, it should not provide room for trampling on the rights of others.

He said that Fayose had already made it a point of duty to insult his personality on daily basis, but said: “I want to tell him that enough is enough.

“Yes, you may have a right, but your right should not trample on another person’s right; political party is a voluntary association.

“If you are a leader of a political party, you have to allow people to have their choice of leadership. But, belonging to political party is by choice.”

The chairman, who further said he had no personal rift with Fayose or any party member, maintained that that all he was doing was to make PDP attractive to everybody.

“We want to reposition the party so that it can win elections,” he stated.

He also disclosed that as part of efforts to reunite the party members, he had contacted all the states governors of the party, including Mr Ayodele Fayose.

Sheriff, however, said the only governors he was yet to reach was Nyesom Wike of Rivers, who was said to be out of the country.