Suspended PDP Senator Reveals Danger Ahead For Opposition Party

Suspended PDP Senator Reveals Danger Ahead For Opposition Party

  • The senator representing Enugu west, Chimaroke Nnamani, has described his suspension from the PDP as incurable messy
  • Nnamani, who is a former governor of Enugu, stated that the suspension cannot stand a legal test because he was denied the right to a fair hearing
  • According to Nnamani, he was neither invited for any complaints nor was he given any query to respond to

Enugu - Chimaroke Nnamani, the suspended senator of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has reiterated that his suspension from the party cannot stand a legal test.

The senator representing Enugu west in a statement on Monday, February 6, described the move by the PDP as “incurably messy”, The Cable reported.

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Chimaroke Nnamani speaks on his suspension from the PDP Photo Credit: Chimaroke Nnamani
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What Chimaroke Nnamani says about his suspension from PDP

In January, the former governor was suspended by the national working committee (NWC) over allegations of engaging in anti-party activities.

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Debo Ologunagba, the spokesperson of the PDP, announced the suspension, stating that the NWC reached the decision following an “extensive review” of its activities in the country.

Nnamani in 2022, publicly endorsed and expressed his support for the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

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According to the lawmaker, his support for Tinubu was due to the failure of the PDP to zone its presidential ticket to the south.

The senator maintained that his suspension was unwarranted and ill-conceived.

He added that the suspension lacked a fair hearing because the party neither inform him of any complaints against him nor was he issued any query

Nnamani said his right to a fair hearing was violated because he was neither informed of any complaints against him nor was he invited to answer any query.

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