Breaking News

We Are Still in Control of PDP in Ekiti State – Sacked PDP Executives

Sacked Peoples’ Democratic Party, PDP, executives in Ekiti State led by Barrister Gboyega Oguntuase, have described the court judgment against them by a Federal High Court as an attempt to weaken the party in Ekiti State towards winning the 2018 governorship election in state.

Oguntuase, who insisted that he is the chairman of PDP in Ekiti, told newsmen in Ado-Ekiti that their faction would appeal the court judgment in a systematic manner very soon, saying the truth upon which they stand is enduring towards the appeal.
According to him, “the judgment is based on judicial rascality and insanity, which would not dissuade us from winning the 2018 governorship election in Ekiti State. Anybody possessed by the judgment of Abang cannot operate or have it way in the state”.

Oguntuase noted that the judgment was based on humour and insanity bereft of all imagination, pointing out that anybody who is sacking them in the state would have to suspend the executive at the government house and the legislature at the state House of Assembly, National Assembly and all local government chairmen in the state.

The sacked chairman with other state working committee, SWC, members later condemned the Makanjuola Ogundipe-led Zonal PDP chairman, saying Ogundipe has been ostracized in the state and guided by the spirit of money by using the court judgment as vengeance on Ekiti PDP.

He described him as “ a man with acts of indiscipline, an Old man with a delinquent attitude,” hence the gang-up against them.

Oguntuase use the opportunity to debunked the insinuation that three of the state executives, himself, the chairman, Jackson Adebayo, publicity secretary and Tope Anjorin, secretary, have been suspended from the party by the court validated executive of the PDP in the state.

He promised the people of the state that the party would conduct a free and fair primary of the party that would produce the next Governor of the state, nothing that all the chairmen of the PDP in the local government were behind them.

No comments