Bribe delegates and be disqualified | PDP warns chairmanship aspirants


The National chairmanship aspirants of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) have been warned against trying to ‘buy’ delegates to the party’s national convention.

The convention holds in Abuja on December 9.

Highlights: The party warned that any of the aspirants that bribed or induced delegates would be disqualified from contesting at the convention.

It added that any aspirant that violated the rules could still be disqualified on the day of the convention.

This was part of the peace accord signed by the aspirants at the party’s national secretariat in Abuja on Tuesday.

Seven of the aspirants signed the accord.

The seven aspirants who endorsed the peace accord are Prof. Tunde Adeniran, Prince Uche Secondus, Chief Gbenga Daniel, Rashidi Ladoja, Prof. Taoheed Adedoja, Dr. Raymond Dokpesi and Mr. Jimi Agbaje.

Only Chief Olabode George was absent from the event and he was said to have secured the permission of the national leadership of the party to sign the document on Thursday.

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