The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Ahmadu Adamu Mu’azu has been told to honourably resign his office for failing to deliver to the party during the just concluded general elections in the country.
This call was made by the chieftain of the party in Bauchi state, Alhaji Bibi Dogo while speaking to newsmen in Bauchi over the weekend where he said the National Chairman of the party is purely responsible for the poor performance of the party in the last general elections.
A onetime chairman of the Bauchi States Elders Advisory Committee of the party explained that the national chairman of PDP should respect himself and follow the path of honor by submitting his resignation letter honorably due to his inability to deliver the party in the just concluded 2015 elections.
“Mu’azu should be held responsible for the failure of the party he led to the elections, and his failure to deliver the party proved that he failed as a leader. Don’t forget that before the elections, Muazu pledged to deliver 24 states and the president in just concluded elections but instead he failed to deliver even his ward to the party.”
Dogo warned that if the national chairman fails to resign he should be impeached in order to have a credible leader that can deliver the party in 2019 general elections.
Commenting on the N230 million Bauchi State campaign funds, allegedly diverted by the national leadership of the party, the PDP chieftain challenged the state campaign team to expose the people that diverted the money or else they will be left with no option than to investigate and expose whoever has a hand in diverting the money.

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