People’s Democratic Party

Information gathered from reliable sources in the national office of the biggest opposition political party has it that barely three days to the national convention, the politics of who wins and emerges as the national chairman of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), has indeed reached a high pitch.

The party members and faithful from South-west zone, popularly referred as the Yorubas, have for instance, raised serious alarm over what they call an alleged adoption of one of the contestants or aspirants for the exalted seat of the chairman of the party, Mr. Uche Secondus.

The zone alleged that some notable stakeholders in the South-South zone have so believed that PDP’s sustenance lies in the hands and resources of the zone and hence want one of their own to become the chairman. The south-west however describe it as a call to arms against the Yoruba people.