A previous legislative head of Bayelsa State, Senator Henry Seriake Dickson, has said that the troubled Chairman of the resistance, People’s Democratic Party, PDP, Uche Secondus was chosen into the workplace and accordingly, must be eliminated by the National Convention.
DAILY POST reports that individuals from the gathering have been requiring the evacuation of the administrator following the emergency shaking the party.
Recall that the PDP House of Representatives Caucus, during the end of the week, required the expulsion of Secondus asserting that his style of initiative has brought about intra-party distance in a few quarters.
Similarly, a few dissenters on Monday, raged the gathering’s public secretariat in the Federal Capital Territory requiring his resignation.
But Dickson who is addressing the Bayelsa West in the Senate, on Monday tossed his weight behind the beset director, holding that the calls were important for the plot to invent an unnecessary emergency in the gathering to set up a guardian advisory group, which is illegal.
According to an assertion he actually marked and made accessible to newsmen, Dickson dismissed the require Secondus’ removal.
He said, “The executive is decided in favor of and must be taken out by the National Convention except if on his own volition, he decides to leave. So I approach all heads of the gathering that this is maybe their last work to save the PDP.
“Like me, the majority of us have paid the consequences and have taken care of our obligations since 2015 when we lost the Presidential decisions, and like me, we should all not lay on our paddles or leave any stone unturned in the bid to reinforce and reposition the gathering including calling individuals to request and facing lawlessness when we have to.
“We don’t have any emergency in the gathering. What’s going on is just a thought up media emergency organized and financed by certain individuals with an intention to seize the gathering without exposing themselves and their friends to a popularity based vote at the show which is expected in under 4 months.”
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