Abuja - Some aggrieved aspirants of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) who contested for various positions in the party’s primary elections have threatened to institute a court case to nullify the candidature of President Goodluck Jonathan and all the candidates of the party in the forthcoming general elections, reports Tribune.
The aggrieved group under the umbrella of the PDP Aspirants Forum (PAF), said they were highly disappointed by the manner in which the party’s primary elections were handled across the country.
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They are demanding that the party refunds the over N15 Billion collected from them as nomination fees since there was no primaries.
They threatened to work against the interest of the party in the general elections if their grievances are not addressed.
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