PDP National Chairman, Secondus Grilled For 40 Minutes By Governors, ‘I’ll Not Resign He Vows 

PDP National Chairman, Secondus Grilled For 40 Minutes By Governors, ‘I’ll Not Resign He Vows 

As the crises in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), deepen, governors of the party on Monday grilled the National Chairman of the party, Prince Uche Secondus for more than 40 minutes.

The governors in the meeting asked him several questions that bothered on his administration of the once ruling party as well as the reason under his watch, many party faithful are decamping in droves.

At the end of the parley, the governors addressed newsmen. They were however silent on the call for his resignation. The meeting lasted more than six hours.

 The governors under the aegis of PDP Governors Forum, while fielding questions from newsmen shortly after their meeting stated that they will consult stakeholders on the way forward.

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 It will be recall that the National Chairman has been accused by some members of the National Working Committee (NWC) and other members of mismanaging the party.

 House of Representatives members and others stakeholders have also joined the call for his resignation. Secondus had met the governors during their meeting at the Akwa-Ibom Governor’s Lodge in Abuja, where they were deliberating on the crisis in the party.

 Secondus, who left after meeting with the governors for more than 40 minutes, while fielding questions from newsmen, insisted that he will not resign, adding, “I can confirm to you that I am not resigning.”

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 The Chairman of PDP Governors Forum and Sokoto State governor, Aminu Tambuwal who briefed newsmen after the meeting said that the meeting will continue on Tuesday.

 “We discussed extensively on matters of the moment concerning our party. And we have collectively resolved to continue to work together in unity.

 “This meeting is continued tomorrow with other stakeholders.  Very soon Nigerians and indeed, all of you will hear our solution, but we are working towards resolving all issues as a family. And by the grace of God we are going to achieve that”, he told newsmen.

Uche Nwosu is a two time Shell Petroleum PLC award winner in the year 2000;
He won the Shell Award on Investigative Journalism and Environmental Cleanliness.

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