Convention: Olisa Metuh Fires Obi, Reveals Why he Differs on PDP National Auditor Position

Convention: Olisa Metuh Fires Obi, Reveals Why he Differs on PDP National Auditor Position

  • The former spokesman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Olisa Metuh has cleared the air regarding the feud with Peter Obi as insinuated in some quarters
  • Metuh who was quoted by his special assistant, Ebiloma Abdullahi stated he has concerns regarding Peter Obi’s party administration
  • He hinted further that the former governor of Anambra state, Obi does not take part in any PDP’s activity, at the grassroots level, local level and even state functions

Anambra state- A former national publicity secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Olisa Metuh, has said he has no personal issues with former Anambra State governor, Peter Obi, on the choice of candidate for national auditor of the party.

He said his concern with the Obi’s leadership in the state, is against the erosion of the democratic principles laid down by the founding fathers of the PDP.

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Leadership reports that Metuh, in a statement signed by his special assistant, Ebiloma Abdullahi, said, “While we concede to the former governor and acknowledge his stories on moral values to the general public, we are totally against his lack of consultation, dialogue and inclusion on matters affecting party administration; an area where he knows little or nothing about.

Why I Differ with Obi On National Auditor Position, Prominent PDP chieftain speaks
The PDP chieftain disclosed he has no issues with Peter Obi rather his participation in the party so far is not convincing. Photo credit: Olisa Metuh
Source: Facebook

He said:

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“The fact is that in the South East caucus meeting of the PDP, Peter Obi himself led the rejection of a name put forward by Senator Ekwunife as candidate for the position of the national auditor, wherein he openly stated that the person is not known to him and the PDP.
“It is instructive to state that this position was re-echoed by the entire Anambra stakeholders present at the meeting except Senator Ekwunife.
“However, 24 hours later, the same Peter Obi, a man said to be of very high moral standard, somersaulted to claim the adoption of the same name without any form of dialogue or consultation.”

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Metuh said it is morally wrong to support a man who has never participated in any PDP activity, adding that he has never attended any ward, local government or state function of the PDP, for a position in the National Working Committee (NWC), a report by Vanguard also indicate.

Anambra election: Ozigbo best, most qualified governorship candidate, says Peter Obi

Meanwhile, had earlier reported that a former governor of Anambra state and the vice president aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Peter Obi, has described Valentine Ozigbo, the party's governorship candidate in the forthcoming Anambra election as the most qualified.

It was reported that Obi said described Ozigbo as the best candidate vying for the number one seat in the state.

Speaking at a meeting with the Coalition of Non-Anambra Indigenes living in the state, Obi said Ozigbo will revive the dilapidated roads and other infrastructures in the state.

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EFCC set to file fresh charges against Metuh

In another report, a Federal High Court in Abuja has fixed Thursday, October 14 for the arraignment of Olisa Metuh, former national publicity secretary of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), over an alleged N400 million fraud.

It was reported that the arraignment which was initially scheduled for Tuesday, September 28, was adjourned following the absence of Obiora Egwuatu, the judge.

All the parties involved in the matter, including Metuh, were present in court, yet the trial could not proceed.


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