A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Adamawa State, Philemon Ibrahim, has said stockholders of the party in the state have not seen any genuine reason for the cancellation of a hitch free Ward Congress held in the state.
Ibrahim, a retired Deputy Inspector General of Police, said the party at the state level opposes the position of the National Secretariat of the party calling for the cancellation of the Ward Congress.
Ibrahim, who read the position of the party to the press at the state secretariat of the PDP in Yola, said: “We call on the National Secretariat of the PDP to rescind its decision and accept the good work done and submitted by the Ward Congress Electoral Committee for the progress of our great party.
“Or the stakeholders of Peoples Democratic Party, Adamawa State Chapter and its supporters would have no option than to think otherwise.”
Ibrahim had earlier submitted that the Congress was conducted peacefully and followed due process according to the party’s constitutional guidelines, reminding the National Secretariat that what was done in Adamawa State was primarily the mandate of the people.
Ibrahim accused one Bobboi, who they believe is an agent of former President Goodluck Jonathan’s Special Adviser on Politics, Ahmed Gulak, of snatching the original results sheets, with the incident reported to the Department of State Services in Adamawa State.
According to him, after due consultation with stakeholders, it was agreed that election results should be recorded on the photocopy of the results sheets certified by all the members of the Congress Committee present.
He further said the stakeholders, after obtaining a sworn Declaration of Affidavit from the Adamawa State High Court, Yola, observed that the election materials were released to stakeholders with personal agenda and this has created problem for the committee to commence the process at the appropriate time.

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