Ondo PDP leader suspended for anti-party activities

Ondo PDP leader suspended for anti-party activities


The Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP in Ondo State, Fatai Adams, has been suspended by the opposition State Working Committee, SWC.

The SWC said the move was a continuation of Adams' alleged anti-party activities and alleged infiltration of the party by the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).

The suspension letter was approved and signed by nine SWC members, including State Vice-Chairman Tola Arabele, Secretary Olusei Orjim and Spokesperson Kennedy Peretei, who said Adams' conduct towards the party was not well received. It is stated that there is a possibility of injury. of the state PDP.

Others who signed the letter include Mr. Engle, the organization's secretary. Dare Akinwale. Provincial Vice-Chairman (South), Elder Amos Fadope; State Vice-Chairman (centre), Hon. Dayo Oude; Mr. Moses Awofade, legal advisor; The Treasurer, the Hon. Bolwaj Hamidel. And Mr. Hon. Mr. Olawumi Fasonu, Treasurer;

The party further said the decision to suspend him was in line with the provisions of the party constitution.

Mr Adams was suspended and given a one-week deadline to appear before the party's disciplinary committee to protect himself from the allegations against him.

“In accordance with Article 58 (1b. c, fh and i) of the PDP Constitution as amended in 2017, the Provincial Working Committee approved the suspension of Provincial Chairman Fatai Adams for his involvement in anti-party activities and activities. It is likely to damage the reputation of the party.”

Source: dailypost.ng

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