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Akwa Ibom PDP group seeks removal of Muazu as chairman

UYO — Worried by the defeat of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the March 28 Presidential poll and most of the governorship seats on April 11, stakeholders of the party in Akwa Ibom State are rooting for the removal of Dr. Adamu Mu’azu as National Chairman of the party.
The initiator of the Udom is Right Campaign Organisation in the state, Mr. Titus Udo, made the call yesterday in a chat with journalists in Uyo, the state capital, lamenting that the party lost at the centre for the first time in the past 16 years including many states which were under its control, insisting that the party structure should be reorganized.
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According to him, even though the party performed abysmally in the last elections, the structure should not be allowed to crumble, especially as the outgoing governors were busy arranging for their exit from their respective Government Houses.
He urged President Goodluck Jonathan, as national leader of the party, to convene a National Executive Council meeting of the party, where issues of the party would be critically assessed and major decisions taken so as to begin to reposition the party early enough for future elections.
Udo opined that as the in-coming president was from the North and would naturally draw support and strength from there, the National Chairmanship of the PDP should go to the South-South geopolitical zone where the strength of the party is preponderant. (Vanguard)


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