Ebonyi ex-PDP scribe Ibom protests suspension 


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By Douglas Okoro

There seems to be confusion in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), in Ebonyi, as Chief Irem Ibom, former Secretary of the party in the state has rejected his suspension.

Ibom who vehemently opposed the action of the party described his suspension as a `desperate misadventure and failed odyssey’.

Ibom, in a press statement he personally signed and issued to newsmen on Thursday in Abakaliki, said that the purported suspension was `laughable and an exercise in futility’.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) recalls that the National Vice Chairman of PDP South-East, Chief Austine Umahi reportedly announced the suspension of Ibom in January 6 over a purported anti party activities.

The embattled pioneer state secretary in a reaction dismissed the purported suspension saying that the alleged action was an exercise in illegality.

Ibom alleged that the national vice chairman, who is the elder brother to the state governor, Chief Dave Umahi, had accused him…

Source: News Agency of Nigeria