In an attempt to build a coalition against President Bola Tinubu’s administration, the Social Democratic Party (SDP) has denied any involvement.
The proposal was rejected by SDP National Publicity Secretary Alfa Mohammed, who spoke in Abuja on Friday, branding it as “unpatriotic and undemocratic.”
Mr. Mohammed admitted that there was a “substantial conspiracy” against the president, which he claimed involved prominent opposition members as well as private organizations. He stated that the conspiracy’s objective was to develop a strong alliance in order to sway public opinion against the government and possibly bring about its overthrow.
The mainstream SDP, according to Mr. Mohammed, is not involved in this plot and is presently concentrating on its internal legal battles against an unofficial group that has been acknowledged by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
For the next three years, the mainstream SDP is dedicated to having positive interactions with Tinubu’s administration.
“Any involvement in schemes intended to destabilize the government or divert its attention is excluded by this approach,” he declared.