Friday, 30 September 2016

Kogi PDP in crisis as State Exco suspends Chairman

Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Kogi State, Sam Uhuotu, was, yesterday, suspended by the State Executive Committee, SEC of the party.
The development follows a vote of no confidence passed on him during a meeting held at the secretariat of the party in Lokoja, the state capital.
A letter addressed to him, dated September 29, was signed by 30 out of the 37 SEC members.
The members accused the chairman of violating the provisions of Chapter 10, Section 58 (1 a, b, c, d and h) of the constitution of the party and that he deliberately refused to call a meeting of the SEC since assuming office, and hardly come to the office in Lokoja, but prefers to stay in Abuja.
The letter read in part: “The underlisted members of the state executive committee of the party wish to bring to your notice that we no longer have confidence in your ability to lead and carry the party to its desired destination due to your constant and deliberate violations of the provisions of our party constitution.
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