Akure - The simmering crisis rocking the Ondo State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Tuesday worsened as aspirants contesting under the party’s platform have vowed not to withdraw their case in court, reports National Mirror.
They noted that they are continuing with the case until all agreements reached with the party’s leadership are properly documented and signed by all parties.
Spokesman of the Ondo PDP aspirants forum, Adekanmbi Femi, said the court case served as a weapon for the aspirants, pending when the agreements were signed.
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He noted that Governor Olusegun Mimiko who is at the centre of the issues in contention, has penchant for not respecting agreements.
The aggrieved aspirants are those contesting for seats in the state House of Assembly, Federal House of Representatives and the Senate.
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