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PDP Crisis: Party Leadership May Ask Ayu To Resign As National Chairman

Iyorchia Ayu, the Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP) national chairman, may be asked to step down by influential party members.

There are signs that Ayu will be asked to resign so that Nyesom Wike, the governor of Rivers State, can fulfill one of his demands.

The move, according to the stakeholders, would bring about peace inside the party before to the general elections of 2023.

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Reports claims that the choice might be made as soon as the party’s National Executive Committee (NEC) and Board of Trustees (BoT) convene.


Since the BoT Chairman, Walid Jibrin, denounced the party leadership being headed by prominent northerners, a member of the party’s NEC claimed the party would now decide Ayu’s fate.

The NEC member said, “Ayu declared that if the presidential candidate emerges from the North and the PDP says on account of that he should leave the office that as a Democrat, he will do that. Has the party asked Ayu to leave? That’s the question. Initially, my position was that the matter wasn’t before the party because the agitations were outside of the party.

“But now that the BoT chairman has brought the issue to the domain of the party and even has his suggestions, that means the matter has come before the party. So, the party should be allowed to deal with the matter.”

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The National Working Committee (NWC), PDP Governors Forum, Former PDP Ministers Forum, the BoT, and the National Caucus would all agree on Ayu’s dismissal from office, and it would then be approved by the party’s NEC.


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