Ighodalo: APC Not Involved In PDP Internal Crisis – Oshiomhole

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The former governor of Edo State, Adams Oshiomhole, has said that the All Progressives Congress (APC) is not involved in the crisis surrounding the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) primary election in the state.

NATURENEX reports that the Abuja Federal High Court had nullified the primary elections conducted by the PDP that produced Asue Ighodalo as its governorship candidate in Edo State.

The court voided the primary election conducted on February 22, 2024, because 378 delegates were unlawfully excluded by PDP.

Speaking on the development while addressing journalists in Abuja, Oshiomhole said the law does not allow APC to interfere in PDP’s primary election conflict.

He said, “This is purely PDP intra-party, and I think the lesson is very clear, namely that parties must be encouraged to obey the laws that regulate the conduct of primaries.

“By the law, another party cannot go into intra-party conflicts in court.

“I think you should dismiss that because this is PDP versus PDP and you know that by the law, another party cannot go into intra-party conflicts in court. So if it is convenient for them to explain that you can dismiss it without asking me.

“The fact that there had been division in Edo before their primaries and after their primaries is an open secret, and the issues in dispute are also very open.

“The PDP legacy group complained that the man they gave their master bedroom has completely chased them out of the building and now they’re under the rain and as we speak they are still trying to settle.”


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