Ex-Imo Chieftains Condemn PDP.

Ex-Imo Chieftains Condemn PDP.

Some chieftains of the People’s Democratic Party, who recently resigned from the party in Imo State, said they left the opposition party because it was no longer attractive.

This is coming shortly after its 98th National Executive Committee meeting held in Abuja on Thursday, 18th April, where the opposition party fell into a web of controversy following the outcome of the meeting.

PDP chieftains that resigned from the party in the state include Chief Emmanuel Okewulonu, the immediate past Imo North PDP Senatorial candidate; Hon. Solomon Onwuegbuchulam, a former IMO PDP secretary; Pascal Zo, a former Owerri PDP Zonal Vice Chairman, and Chidi Okoli, as well as others.

One of the resigned Imo PDP members, Chief Joseph Nwachukwu, in his letter addressed to the party chairman in Aladinma Ward I of Owerri Municipal, said, “Since 2000, he has been an integral part of the People’s Democratic Party and had served the party in different capacities and remain till date the longest serving LGA chairman of PDP in Imo state, and regrets recent activities in the party which has shown that the party is heading to doom and extinction and as a true party man, this goes against my personal beliefs.

Another former chieftain of the party in the state who recently resigned, Chief Chukwudi Mayor Eze, in his letter addressed to the PDP chairman in Ohaeke Ward in the state, said, he writes officially to resign from the People’s Democratic Party, effective from 23rd day of April, 2024 due to very personal reasons.

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