- Prince Uche Secondus has vowed not to withdraw the case challenging his removal from the court
- The former national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) said he was in court to seek for justice as well as save the party from manipulations
- According to him, he was not in court against the party, but was dragged to court by persons bent on hijacking the soul of the party
Former national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Uche Secondus says he has no intention of withdrawing the case challenging his removal from court.
This was disclosed by Ike Abonyi, his Media Adviser disclosed this in a statement in Abuja. Abonyi.
He said Secondus was in court to seek for justice as well as save the party from manipulations.
“The attention of the media office of Secondus has been drawn to an unsubstantiated report claiming that he is under pressure to withdraw his case against the party from court.
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“The truth which the said news did not state is that Secondus is not in court against the party, but was dragged to court by persons bent on hijacking the soul of the party.
“For the avoidance of doubt, the media office wishes to restate that Secondus is really under pressure for justice and will seek it anywhere to save the party from destruction."
2023: PDP group asks members to resist state governors from hijacking party
Ahead of the October 30 to 31, 2021 elective national convention of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), a group, Northern Youth Solidarity Forum (NYSF) has called on party members and supporters in the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja to extricate the party from the stranglehold of the governors.
The PDP group urged party members to rise to the occasion, especially on the current burning issues of zoning of party offices in the country before it is too late.
In a statement released by the leader of the group, Abdulkadir Dantata and seen by Legit.ng, the NYSF alerted on the looming danger in the country and warned that, if nothing is done to discourage the continuous control of the PDP by the governors, the party may be heading for doom.