The court sitting in Port Harcourt, Rivers state, on Friday, February 17, declared the decision taking at the May 21 Port Harcourt convention of the party as null and void, Tribune reports.
The three judges presiding over the case in a unanimous decision agreed that Modu Sheriff is the chairman of the PDP.
Senator Ali Modu Sheriff revealed that he could relinquish the chairmanship in the interest of the party
"I am willing to relinquish the position for the party to move forward into achieve its goals." he said while speaking with journalists in Abuja he also said
"I consult other leaders of our party to see how we can organise our national convention, to stop our division and leadership tussle."
He also vowed to deal with Rivers state governor, Nyesome Wike, and his Ekiti state counterpart, Ayo Fayose.
Sheriff made this statement on Friday, February 17, after the Appeal Court in Port Harcourt reinstated him as the lawful national chairman of the PDP.
The former governor of Borno state also vowed to restructure the PDP saying “such that characters like Wike and Fayose cannot find a way through to attain any position of prominence in our party in the future.”