PDP BoT Announces When Chairman Iyorchia Ayu Will Go

The national chairman, Dr. Iyorchia Ayu, was called upon to resign, but the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Board of Trustees (BoT) has reported that it is inappropriate for him to do so at this time regarding the efforts at reconciliation in the party. The BoT stated that while it was not opposed to the party’s demand for justice, everything had its time. It guaranteed that if Atiku Abubakar won the election in 2023, Ayu would eventually be forced to resign.

He believes that asking the national chairman,  Ayu to step down months before the elections of 2023 is “inauspicious.” Also Read Kamikaze drones: Russia hit Kyiv with wave of Iranian-made drones Since Iyorchia Ayu was familiar with the party, Nwodo argued that he should be permitted to oversee the party’s campaigns for the 2023 elections. 

He declared, “It is right to demand justice, fairness, and equity at any time. The current state of affairs in our party calls for the resignation of the party chairman as a way to balance the influence of the north and south. 

PDP National Chairman, Iyorchia Ayu “We (referring to a committee on reconciliation) presented our report to the Board of Trustees at the meeting. 

“The party’s chairman is the person who directs the party’s election campaign. It is therefore unlucky to ask him to resign at this time, and the person who comes will need time to comprehend the buildup we had over the previous five months. We find it challenging to replace an executive that we recently elected in the middle of the campaign. Iyorchia Ayu will depart after we wait and win the presidency. Nwodo insisted that politics depended heavily on timing. 

Of course, that is a huge mistake in politics, he said. Timing and political expediency are related. Whatever you want to do in politics must be timed to achieve the desired outcome. We think the chairman will be unable to remain in that position once we have a president in place.

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