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PDP NWC Dismisses Suspension Of Ondo State Chairman, Adams

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The National Working Committee (NWC) of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has reacted to the purported suspension of the Chairman of the Ondo State Chapter of our Party, Mr. Fatai Adams, saying the action is “null and void and of no effect.”

The party said this in a.statememt signed by Hon. Debo Ologunagba, National Publicity Secretary, adding that the action was “not being consistent with provisions of the Constitution of the PDP (as amended in 2017) and laid down Rules.”

PDP added: “For emphasis, no State Working Committee has the power whatsoever to contemplate or suspend a State Chairman without due recourse to the National Working Committee as provided by the Constitution of PDP.

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“The PDP is an organized political Party governed by strict adherence to the provisions of its Constitution and Rules and will not allow any individual or group at any level to violate its Constitution and Rules.”

Furthermore, the NWC cautioned those involved “in this illegal act in defiance of the PDP Constitution to retrace their steps as the NWC will not hesitate to take appropriate disciplinary or punitive actions to preserve the stability of our Party and the sanctity of our Constitution and Rules.”

The NWC stated that “Mr. Fatai Adams remains the Chairman of the Ondo State Chapter of the PDP and charges all leaders, critical stakeholders, members and supporters of our Party in Ondo State and the nation to disregard the purported suspension.”

Continuing, the NWC enjoined all Party members in Ondo State “to remain united and continue to work together in the overall interest of our Party and the people.”

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