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Charles Idahosa, a member of the Board of Trustees of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), accuses some national officers of fuelling the crisis in Edo State



During a meeting hosted by the party’s national Vice-Chairman, Dan Orbih, in Abuja on Tuesday, Mr. Charles Idahosa, a member of the Board of Trustees of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), accused some national officers of the party from APC-controlled northern states of fuelling the ongoing crisis in the party in Edo State.

Idahosa alleged that the leaders were ‘acting as mercenaries bent on selling the soul of the party in Edo to the highest bidder.’

He expressed his concerns against the background of controversies that trailed the recent election of ward ad-hoc delegates in Edo.

The issues raised by the nine aspirants who had protested the Saturday’s election were serious, according to Idahosa.

He warned that if these issues were not immediately resolved, the PDP would be dead and buried in Edo.

A former Political Adviser during former Adams Oshiomhole’s administration, Idahosa, alleged that the crisis in the party was fueled by PDP officials from core northern states presently controlled by the APC.

He claimed that having failed to deliver their states to the PDP, they were now on a mission to cash out in Edo.

During the meeting, he directed a message to the national vice-chairman to carry it to the National Working Committee of the party, addressing the people involved in the crisis from Yobe, Sokoto, and all northern states, warning them that the PDP would be dead in Edo if the anomalies were not corrected.

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