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Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by bellachibaby(f): 7:12am On Jul 11
The leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has set up a panel to probe its members role  in the outcome of the June 11 National Assembly leadership election.

The main opposition is set to dig into how its members voted against its decision to back Senator Ali Ndume for the President of the Senate and Mr Umar Bago for Speaker of the House of Representatives.

The results of the elections in the two chambers indicated that many PDP members voted for Dr. Ahmed Lawan as Senate President and Mr Femi Gbajabiamila as Speaker of the House.

The PDP yesterday inaugurated a 10-man committee to investigate why some of its members in the bicameral legislature failed to abide by its decision.

The committee, which is chaired by a former Senate President Adolphus Wabara, also has Senators Ben Obi, Ibrahim Mantu, Stella Omu and Abdul Ningi as members.

Other members of the committee are: Mr Yunana Iliya, Mrs Margaret Icheen, Mr Hassan Hyatt, Mr Austin Opara with Prof. Wale Oladipo as Secretary.

The committee is also mandated to find out whether there was any influence of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in the flouting of the directive of the PDP by the opposition lawmakers.

One of the committee’s terms of reference is to find out and recommend ways to checkmate such tendencies in the future and ensure that all members work together to defend the interest of the party at all times and circumstances.

PDP’s Deputy National Chairman Elder Wole Akinwonmi inaugurated the committee on behalf of the National Chairman, Prince Uche Secondus.

He said: “The National Executive Committee (NEC), the National Working Committee (NWC) and indeed the party have the highest confidence and optimism that you will work for the actualisation of the terms of reference with the intent of defending and moving the party forward.”

Wabara said the assignment was a very serious one, promising on behalf of his team that the assignment would be diligently carried out to ensure that PDP members in the National Assembly remained intact and loyal to the party.

The committee was given three weeks to submit its report.

Also, a team of prominent members of the Board of Trustees (BoT) of the PDP, on Tuesday, raised a separate committee with a mandate to resolve the current leadership crisis rocking the party’s caucus in the House of Representatives.

A Third Republic Senate President Dr Iyorchia Ayu is the chairman of that panel.

Other members are: former Senate President David Mark, Senator Adolphus Wabara, Senator Ibrahim Mantu and a former House of Representatives Deputy Speaker Austin Opara.




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Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by bellachibaby(f): 7:13am On Jul 11
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bellachibaby:
The leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has set up a panel to probe its members role  in the outcome of the June 11 National Assembly leadership election.

The main opposition is set to dig into how its members voted against its decision to back Senator Ali Ndume for the President of the Senate and Mr Umar Bago for Speaker of the House of Representatives.

The results of the elections in the two chambers indicated that many PDP members voted for Dr. Ahmed Lawan as Senate President and Mr Femi Gbajabiamila as Speaker of the House.

The PDP yesterday inaugurated a 10-man committee to investigate why some of its members in the bicameral legislature failed to abide by its decision.

The committee, which is chaired by a former Senate President Adolphus Wabara, also has Senators Ben Obi, Ibrahim Mantu, Stella Omu and Abdul Ningi as members.

Other members of the committee are: Mr Yunana Iliya, Mrs Margaret Icheen, Mr Hassan Hyatt, Mr Austin Opara with Prof. Wale Oladipo as Secretary.

The committee is also mandated to find out whether there was any influence of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in the flouting of the directive of the PDP by the opposition lawmakers.

One of the committee’s terms of reference is to find out and recommend ways to checkmate such tendencies in the future and ensure that all members work together to defend the interest of the party at all times and circumstances.

PDP’s Deputy National Chairman Elder Wole Akinwonmi inaugurated the committee on behalf of the National Chairman, Prince Uche Secondus.

He said: “The National Executive Committee (NEC), the National Working Committee (NWC) and indeed the party have the highest confidence and optimism that you will work for the actualisation of the terms of reference with the intent of defending and moving the party forward.”

Wabara said the assignment was a very serious one, promising on behalf of his team that the assignment would be diligently carried out to ensure that PDP members in the National Assembly remained intact and loyal to the party.

The committee was given three weeks to submit its report.

Also, a team of prominent members of the Board of Trustees (BoT) of the PDP, on Tuesday, raised a separate committee with a mandate to resolve the current leadership crisis rocking the party’s caucus in the House of Representatives.

A Third Republic Senate President Dr Iyorchia Ayu is the chairman of that panel.

Other members are: former Senate President David Mark, Senator Adolphus Wabara, Senator Ibrahim Mantu and a former House of Representatives Deputy Speaker Austin Opara.




See more here https://thickmatch.com/lawan-gbajabiamila-pdp-probes-members-role/

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Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by abkrgumel(m): 7:19am On Jul 11
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Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by helinues: 7:21am On Jul 11
Main opposition that supposed to be busy criticising the government, they are busy fighting on top ordinary minority positions

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Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by Maxihood: 7:24am On Jul 11
Eeyah...minority party

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Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by ALISMILE(m): 7:26am On Jul 11
PDP, as usual, hassling over spilled milk

The party Shud just kuku die a natural death jare

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Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by Ultimatezlant: 7:26am On Jul 11
PDP would just implode

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Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by sylve11: 7:27am On Jul 11
helinues:
Main opposition that supposed to be busy criticising the government, they are busy fighting on top ordinary minority positions

beans and rice nor be the same thing but both of them na food. cool

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Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by babyfaceafrica: 7:27am On Jul 11
nansense
..when APC members supported tambuwal..we no hear word o...
when PDP voted for saraki and dogara..no probe?..hypocrisy

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Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by Dukeemmanuel44(m): 7:29am On Jul 11
If you are ask in any examination or interview to define FRAUD simply write PDP

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Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by yemmight(m): 7:29am On Jul 11
PDP is wasting time in tribunal and also going to waste time probing Lawal/Gbaja's emergence. Can they do something else?

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Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by olagbola45(m): 7:29am On Jul 11
from suspension to probing I smh for pdp dey will lose most of dia members....apc is playing dem for a smooth ride in 2023...well watin b my own
Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by ishawlar: 7:31am On Jul 11
I seems not to understand why this people are so darft all this our leaders need a brain medical checkup. Stoopid

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Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by SocialFinance: 7:32am On Jul 11
The comedian are at it again

When Saraki was there disgracing and disobeying his Patty, PDP was shouting independence of the senate.

Now no more independent but slavery

Watch as they turn logic on it's head by blaming APC as soon as this turned sour

Brood of vipers.

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Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by anytexy: 7:33am On Jul 11
I am becoming disappointed in PDP if they continue like this. Rubbish!!
Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by hsegreat1: 7:46am On Jul 11
PDP NO GET WORK TO DO AGAIN?ABI

WIKE WANTS EVERYTHING TO BE DONE HIS WAY

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Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by sparko1(m): 7:59am On Jul 11
bellachibaby:
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Seriously, a smiley face for the whole quote!
Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by PVision2020(m): 8:19am On Jul 11
You supported renegades/rebels of other parties and expect your own members to be loyal and faithful right?
PDP's hypocrisy and double standard is nauseating.
They better get down to the real business of providing robust opposition to this government instead of chasing shadows and making mockery of themselves.

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Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by Afamed: 8:20am On Jul 11
Even the roles of opposition, PDP have failed the test of time

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Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by Jorussia(m): 8:24am On Jul 11
I don't understand what PDP as a party is trying to achieve with this probe.I have never seen or heard where a minority party will want to Lord over majority party in Parliament.Even if all the PDP members in Parliament voted for Bago and Ndume they wouldn't have emerged victorious.At least 90% of APC federal legislators were committed to do the bidding of the party.
Re: Lawan/gbajabiamila: PDP Probes Members’ Role by Naijageak(m): 9:35am On Jul 11
This is Nigeria.

Get cure now

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