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I Didn’t Leave With A Pin Belonging To PDP When I Defected To APC - Umahi Replies Atiku

 I Didn’t Leave With A Pin Belonging To PDP When I Defected To APC - Umahi Replies Atiku



... Says Ebonyi PDP’s Spokesman, Nwoba Should Prove Himself Innocent In The Court



By Wisdom Nwedene, Abakaliki 


Governor David Nweze Umahi of Ebonyi State has replied former Vice president and 2019 Presidential candidate of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Atiku Abubakar.



247REPORTERSTV reports that Atiku had asked Umahi to unseal the PDP Secretariat and release detained Ebonyi Spokesman of the Party in the State.



In a statement made available to 247REPORTERSTV by the Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Mr Francis Nwaze, Governor Umahi said his Government is aware that the People's Democratic Party, PDP, Ebonyi State has a shelter in one Green Lake hotel in Abakaliki from where it operates.



The statement added that that the People's Democratic Party in Ebonyi State should make efforts to first find the location of its Secretariat without involving the focused administration of Governor David Umahi, that is, if it has a Secretariat as we are not aware of where they have permanent Secretariat in their name.



Reacting over the detention of the spokesman of the party, Umahi said Nwoba Chika Nwoba

is in the web of the Police and Court for defaulting a valid law.


The statement reads in parts,


"That when Governor David Umahi left the party in November 2020, he did not leave with even a pin belonging to the Party." 


"That so long as we understand the continued reference to Governor Umahi by the PDP long after his exit, is a sign that the Party misses his astute leadership acumen, we appeal to the Party to please find a soft landing as Governor Umahi has since moved on in his Progressive march to eldorado."


" That the said Nwoba Chika to the best of our knowledge is in the web of the Police and Court for defaulting a valid law.#


"That we are constrained to make further comments on the case of Nwoba Chika hence; his case is now pending in a court of competent jurisdiction." 


"That the embattled Nwoba and his political party have the leeway to prove themselves innocent through the Court process instead of tempting the State Government to meddle in contempt of the Court." 


"That the general public should discountenance the jaundiced publication which is a ploy to ventilate external sympathy to the remnants of the House of Saul in Ebonyi State." 


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