Seven PDP national officers resign, alleging poor leadership


Seven national officers of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), have resigned their positions, according to reports by TheCable.
The report said seven deputy national officers resigned in protest against what they poor leadership.
Quoting insider sources, the news platform said the officers who promised to remain loyal to the PDP, saying however that, they will not be able to work with the current national working committee (NWC).
Those who resigned, according to the report, include the deputy national financial secretary, the deputy legal adviser, the deputy national auditor, the deputy national publicity secretary, the deputy women leader and the deputy organising secretary.
They particularly alleged that there is a lack of financial transparency in the leadership of the party.
The report said a member of the NWC confirmed the resignation to but said a statement would be issued after an emergency meeting.
A member of the House of Representatives, Hon. Rimamde Kwewum had recently asked the Uche Secondus led National Working Committee of the party to resign, saying the party leadership was enmeshed in the current crisis rocking the party and will not be able to lead the reconciliation process because you are unfortunately enmeshed in several current controversies.
The party has lost some of three of its governors to the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).
They include governor of Ebonyi, David Umahi, Ben Ayade of Cross River and Bello Matawalle Zamfara.
A number of lawmakers have also dumped the PDP for the APC.


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