Immediate past Governor of Niger state, Dr Mu’azu Babangida Aliyu, has described the last Saturday’s congress of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP as a sham and an abuse of rule of law.
Addressing a crowd of party supporters in his house in Minna, who came to welcome him from Abuja, Babangida stated that the congress was in liaison with a bought over North central leadership of the party by a faction of the state PDP.
He said, “The state party congress was held by a faction of the party members in the state penultimate week, in liaison with a bought over North central leadership of the party, the leader of the Peoples Democratic Party in Niger State said the National Working Committee of the PDP was taken aback by the illegality and brazen abuse of the rule of law by some desperate politicians.”
“I want to appeal to genuine members of the party in the state to remain calm and await the unfolding events in the party as all necessary steps are being worked upon to give the party in the state a sense of order, sanity and diligence.”
“those who organised and took part in that sham are enemies of our great party in Niger state. Please, don’t leave or abandon the PDP”
“a band of disgruntled self-seeking persons populated the faction who organised the congress without giving notice for the congress, and excluded others from the said congress. I wonder, if democracy could be so manipulated and muzzled as was done by self seekers.”
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