Abuja - Indications have emerged that the acting chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Uche Secondus may step down from the position in October, reports Thisday.
The move became imperative following agitations from aggrieved members of the party who are opposed to the continue stay in office of Secondus.
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The aggrieved party members are insisting that the party must pick its substantive national chairman from the North-east.
Secondus, who until recently was the deputy national chairman (South), took over from Adamu Mua’zu after he resigned from the office in May.
Secodus is expected to step down after the party reviews the report of its post-election committee headed by the Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekwerenmadu.
The committee is expected to submitted its report on September 23
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- News 24