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Ex-PDP scribe advises Gov Ishaku not to appeal tribunal’s verdict

18 November 2015, 17:11

Jalingo - The sacked Publicity Secretary of the Taraba State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Napoleon Adamu has urged Governor Darius Ishaku and his party, the  Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) not to waste their time and energy in appealing the tribunal verdict that sacked Ishaku from office, reports Leadership.

He noted that the governor and the PDP will lose the appeal because the party did not follow the laid down procedure in the selection of Ishaku as its candidate in the April 11 election.

Also read: PDP sacks spokesman for accepting tribunal judgment

He said the party was the architect of its problem for refusing to conduct the governorship primaries in Jalingo, Taraba State capital as required by law.

He said he cautioned the party against conducting the party’s primaries in Abuja but no body listened to him.

He stated that there was a time when he announced that all elected delegates should assemble in Jalingo for the governorship primaries but the party’s state chairman, Victor Bala Kona ordered the then police commissioner to invite him for questioning.

Read more at Leadership.

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