Suspension: 'Afegbua has no authority to speak on PDP's internal affairs'
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Suspension: 'Afegbua has no authority to speak on PDP's internal affairs'

The People's Democratic Party (PDP) in Etsako East Local Government of Edo State has said that Prince Kasim Afegbua has no authority to speak on the internal affairs of the party after his suspension was ratified by the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the party.

PDP Chairman, Etsako East LGA, Sir Sunday Adogah, made the clarification in a statement. 

He noted that Prince Afegbua remains expelled from the party and no longer attends meetings of the party in Edo State and as such, appears to be more of an APC chieftain, since "he has already sold his soul to Adams Oshiomhole."

It would be recalled that Prince Afegbua was expelled from the party in May this year by the Edo State Exco, led by the Chairman of the party, Dr. Tony Aziegbemi and a copy of the expulsion letter forwarded to the PDP National Chairman, Prince Uche Secondus. The suspension was ratified by the national body of the party.

"Prince Afegbua had engaged in anti-party activities when he worked against the party's candidate in the Edo September 19 2020 governorship election.

"Apart from the foregoing, he petitioned the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (Efcc) and the Independent Corrupt Practices and other Related Offences (ICPC) demanding the investigation of the party leadership over a purported N10 billion fraud. Afegbua who served as Commissioner for Information in Edo State was expelled for alleged anti-party activities in his ward before the Edo State governorship election held on September 19, 2020," Adogah added.

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