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PDP Crisis: I’m Not Part Of Plans To Sack You – Atiku Assures Secondus






(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Former People’s Democratic Party, PDP, presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, has removed himself from the action  to remove Uche Secondus as the National Chairman of the PDP.

Atiku disclosed this in a statement signed by his media aide, Paul Ibe as he reacted to speculations over his recent meeting with the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, in Port Harcourt.

In a statement by Ibe,  Atiku stated that the meeting was aimed at reconciling aggrieved members of the party and not to sack Secondus.

Atiku revealed that he was only interested in the peace and stability of the PDP and not what will endanger the interest of the party.

“It is a beer parlour talk, and it is also mischievous. Why will a former Vice President be behind the plot to sack PDP national chairman, Prince Uche Secondus? What will be his interest?



“This is someone who has commenced the process of having conversations with stakeholders of the party on reconciliation. A man who has encouraged processes aimed at ensuring peace and stability in the party.

“The trip he made to Port Harcourt came after the  one in Delta. And he has more in the offing. Why will he promote peace and stability in the party and be behind moves to sack Secondus? It’s ridiculous for anyone to talk about this.

“Atiku understands the Constitution of the PDP and what the party says about tenure for party leadership. So he cannot be working against something that he understands and promotes. That is not how Democrats behave. Those are anti-democratic behaviour and that is not who he is. Whoever is saying this should know that this is a beer parlour talk and unnecessary mischief,” he said.


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