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  • SW PDP Congress: Stop insulting NWC, State Chairmen tells Gov Makinde
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    State chairmen of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in the South-West have warned the Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde to stop insulting and threatening the party and it’s National Working Committee (NWC), saying; “the PDP existed before he returned from his political sojourn and if he chooses to leave now as he has always done, the party will still exist and strongly too.”

    The state chairmen alleged that Governor Makinde had threatened that there will be dire consequences should the South-West zonal congress of the party be postponed in obedience to an order of the court.

    Responding, Chairman of the State Chairmen, Dr Sikirulai Ogundele, said it was shocking that a man who called himself a governor could insult and threaten the custodians of the party just because they choose to obey an order of the court.

    Sikirulai, who spoke on behalf of the PDP chairmen in Ekiti, Lagos and Osun States, Otunba Bisi Kolawole, Engr Adedeji Doherty and Hon Sunday Bisi respectively, said they were not surprised “because Governor Makinde has never for once been stable,  who only returned to the party in 2018.”

    The statement read; “We read with disgust, the statement credited to Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State, warning leaders and member of the National Working Committee (NWC) of our great party, the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).

    “We would have ignored his ranting as it did not come to us as a surprise because we are aware of his negotiations with the All Progressives Congress (APC) as made public by leaders of the party in Oyo State.

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    “We are not equally surprised because Governor Makinde has never for once been stable in the party, being a serial decampee.

    “We are however shocked that a man who calls himself a governor is insulting and threatening the custodians of the party just because they choose to obey an order of the court.

    “We dare him to sustain his threat.

    “When he said no one is bigger than the party, he actually directed at himself because his governorship of Oyo State does not qualify him as Governor-General of PDP. In other words, Governor Seyi Makinde is not bigger than the PDP.

    “The Working Committee of this party was duly elected just like the governor and as stakeholders, we all have our own roles to play.

    “More so that he is only the governor of Oyo State by providence and not the Governor-General of the South-West. Even in Oyo State, the governor is not the only stakeholder of the PDP there.

    “To us, threatening that there will be consequences if the party obeys court order concerning the South-West Congress is the height of political rascality and it should be made clear to all lovers of PDP that nothing will be worse than what he has done before by jumping from one political bed to another. It is on record that in 2015, he was persuaded to accept a senatorial ticket, yet, he left PDP for SDP.

    “Who cares if he chooses to leave PDP this time too? Is he not even already a sinking ship in Oyo State, placing members of the SDP and ADC over and above those of the PDP?

    “Without apologies, Governor Makinde can do his worse. He should stop threatening the party because he is not more a loyal and committed member of the party than people like us who stood by the party when he left.

    “The PDP existed before he returned from his political sojourn in SDP and if he chooses to leave now as he has always done, the party will still exist and strongly too.

    “The NWC should totally disregard his infantile and undemocratic statement.” He said.

     

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