The last may not have been heard from the ongoing disagreement between the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Department of State Security (DSS) over the alleged plan to clone the Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs).
This is as top politicians from the opposition party are said to be angry with the conduct of the Director General of the DSS, Mr. Ita Ekpeyong, over his handling of the allegations.
The party, confident that it would win the February presidential poll, has allegedly pencilled down officers in the service and other security agencies that would be kicked out as soon as it is inaugurated.
THISDAY checks revealed that still not happy with the embarrassment it suffered in the hands of the DSS, a secret meeting attended by 13 top officials of the party recently came to the conclusion that the DG must be dealt with if there is a change of baton at the federal level in the February election.
The meeting, held in the wee hours of January 7, was hosted in the capital city of one of the South-west states.
It was said to have been attended by two serving governors, a former governor and other top politicians from South and Northern parts of the country.
Sources confirmed that the political leaders at the meeting indicated that the opposition should start looking at what it would do in the event that it wins the presidential election.