PDP Reveals Why Atiku Won't Be Allowed To Vote At National Convention

Atiku's Daughter Refutes Resignation Rumour

The 2017 Elective National Convention of the PDP will hold on Saturday December 9-Sunday 10, 2017 at the Eagle Square, Central Business Area, Abuja.

"There is first hand and highly classified information that the aforementioned candidate contesting for the position of the National Organizing Secretary of the party, had flouted the party's constitution during his regime as the National Vice Chairman South East Zone", the petition added.

"He is no other than our very own, Prince Uche Secondus".

Chairman of the party in the state, Felix Obuah, who made this known at a briefing in Port Harcourt, said the party needs the experience of Secondus, who had made serious contributions to the party's growth.

Since the party micro-zoned the seat the Southwest and then later opened it up to the entire South-South zone, leaders have pitched tents amongst the aspirants amidst bickerings that have refused to go away with accusations and counter accusations threatening to undo the fragile peace that the party presently enjoys.

It said this is because of the provision of the Constitution that deals with new entrants into the party.

However, if the party must be in the right standing to face the ruling APC in the elections, it must wake up from its current undercover scheming, which are calculated to once again, bring the party to fragmented bits and make it be unable to challenge the APC.

While he said that President Muhammadu Buhari was not part of the plot, he however called on him to urgently investigate the allegation and ensure that the convention was not disrupted by some "overzealous elements in the APC government". They are not thinking about the future of the party.

Responding, the Bauchi state the PDP Chairman, Alhaji Hamza Akuyam, thanked the aspirant for the visit assuring that the state executives would meet with the delegates today with a view to making a unanimous decision on the candidates to vote during the convention.

He advised the would-be winners and losers to accept the outcome of the elections in the interest of all, saying, "Win or lose, we are still one family". This is the only way the people can really enjoy the dividends of democratic rule.