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Women caucus accuses Secondus of romancing with APC


The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Women Caucus in Andoni Local Council of Rivers State has deplored the move by Prince Uche Secondus to allegedly counter his suspension as national chairman with a court order from Nasarawa State.

The caucus, in a statement by its president and secretary, Doris Owaji  and Beauty Samuel, noted that, “in as much as we recognise the constitutional right of Mr. Secondus to seek legal redress, we consider it however curious that he opted to file a suit to challenge his suspension from the PDP in Nasarawa State, governed by the All Progressives Congress (APC).”

The women went on: “We had expected Secondus, who had been suspended in his ward in Andoni Local Government Area of Rivers State for anti-party activity, to defend himself in the suit filed against him here in Rivers State.

“We have no doubt in mind that Mr. Secondus’ decision to file a suit in Nasarawa State proves that he must have entered into a conspiracy with the APC to thwart PDP’s quest to win the 2023 general elections.

“We find it absurd that Mr. Secondus, who has been a major beneficiary of the PDP, could desire to destroy the same party that brought him to limelight if he fails to achieve his inordinate ambition to perpetuate himself in office as national chairman.”


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