PDP Clarifies Purported Suspension Of Egwu, Others In Ebonyi

The People’s Democratic Party has dismissed claims that Ebonyi state federal lawmakers have been removed from office.

The party made the statement in a Twitter post.

The post read:

“The @OfficialPDPNig rejects misleading posts suggesting that some key leaders in Ebonyi State, including former Ebonyi State Governor, Senator Sam Egwu and 23 other leaders were suspended from our party.

The @OfficialPDPNig stated that no PDP leader in Ebonyi has been suspended, adding that the document alleging the suspension is fictitious and did not emanate from the Ebonyi state chapter of our party as suggested.

For the avoidance of doubt, @OfficialPDPNig does not have a state working committee in the state of Ebonyi, as provided by said fictitious document. As such, any body that is said to have come together to come up with any decision or action that is alleged to have been taken by a non-existent body is, at best, imaginary.

The public is already aware that the body charged with the task of steering the affairs of our party in Ebonyi state is the State Surveillance Committee, which has since assumed its mandate to the approval and delight of leaders and members. of our party in Ebonyi State. since the dissolution of our state executive in the state.

Furthermore, a check of our party’s records in Ebonyi states that no meeting as intended in said document was held to make such a decision at any time.

However, we have been informed that the fabricated document emanated from a former leader of our party in the state of Ebonyi who set out on a personal trip to another party, but seeks to cause confusion in the state, by failing to attract our leaders and members to your expedition. “