Thursday, February 04, 2016

Supreme Court judgment: Emekayi, state PDP exco reassure members

OVER 250 Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) members in Nnewi North Local Government Area of Anambra State loyal to Kenneth Emekayi faction, yesterday, accorded a solidarity reception to the organising secretary of the party, Prince Sam Ben Nwosu, who paid them a visit. The aim of his visit was to to tell them the situation on ground as they declared their unflinching support to their National Assembly members who, they said their opposi­tion thought, were sacked by the recent Supreme Court judgment.

Prince Nwosu warned them to remain intact and not to think of defecting to any other faction of the party or another political party. He told them that the judgment did not in any way affect the lawmakers they elected to represent them in the National Assembly, "it was just the leadership of the party.

"If anybody defects to another political party because of the recent development, that person will lose his posi­tion in the party. We will not like to hear it at all. It is going to be operation watch your partner. All our ward executives should be committed the more. Even the Ejike Oguebego's tenure they are talking about will end this February. So, you all should remain good party men and women," Nwosu told the stakeholders.

He said his major reason for the visit was to clarify is­sues to his party members at the grassroots level and to reassure them that the party was still in tact and on course at the state level, adding that the PDP was the largest and strongest political party in black Africa.

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