INEC Should Deregister PDP – Ex-Gov Chime


BY RAPHAEL ONYEKACHUKWU, ENUGU – The former Governor of Enugu state, Sullivan Chime, on Tuesday night called on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to de-register his former party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), saying it has become a dead party.
The ex-governor, who said he would be formally joining APC this Saturday, called on Nigerians; especially people from his constituency, to embrace peace and stop violence.
The former governor said APC is the only viable party that can take any politician to his political destination. He said that “it is not a rumor that I am joining APC and I have meet with executive of all the wards in the state; 17 council executives; state and national executive of the party and they have assured me that I have a place in the party”.
Chime, while praying that what happened to PDP never comes the way of APC, said he is joining APC because a lot of people are looking up to him to show direction.
“I never leave PDP but PDP left me. PDP is dead and, so, I have no explanation to PDP. This is the time for Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, to deregister PDP” as the electoral body has the constitutional power to do so.

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