Secondus Fails As Court Grand PDP Right To Hold Their National Convention

Secondus Fails As Court Grand Pdp Right To Hold Their National Convention

There’s A tension and sudden cessation of activities in the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) over the feasibility of its proposed national convention earlier scheduled for this weekend in Abuja, as the much anticipated ruling in a suit filed by its suspended national chairman, Uche Secondus, in lieu of his tenure, has been moved to today.

Thus, the usual pomp and celebration often associated with the party’s convention, lost its steam, when news filtered that the ruling on whether or not the convention would hold has been shifted to noon today.

Appeal Court sitting in Port Harcourt has dismissed the appeal of the suspended national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Uche Secondus seeking an interim injunction to restrain the PDP from conducting its national convention billed for Saturday and Sunday, October 30 and 31, 2021, in Abuja. The three-man panel dismissed the appeal which was filed on October 14, 2021, for lacking in merit.


At the national secretariat of the party, Wabara Plaza, the usual drama of dancing, music and general merry-making gradually died down, at the news from court.
Although the sharing of party’s esoebi (dress code for the convention) was still going on, while delegates were still arriving.

Also, venue of the convention, which is the Eagle Square, is wearing a new look as it was being decorated with the party’s colour of White. Green and Red.

Written By: Yousuf Uthman Danmadami



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