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There are indications that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) disciplinary panels at various levels would determine the fate of former Enugu State governor, Chimaroke Nnamani, and other candidates of the party in the 2023 poll, who were suspended last week, for alleged anti-party activities.
The Eastern Updates had earlier reported that the PDP National Working Committee (NWC), in a statement by the National Publicity Secretary, Debo Ologunagba, last Friday, announced the suspension of Nnamani, its candidate for Enugu East senatorial zone.
Others suspended were Chris Ogbu; Ayeni Funso, Ekiti North; Ajijola Lateef Oladimeji, Ekiti Central; Emiola Adenike Jennifer, Ekiti South II; Ajayi Babatunde Samuel, Ekiti North II; Olayinka James Olalere, Ekiti Central; Akerele Oluyinka, Ekiti North I and Fayose Oluwajomiloju John, Ekiti Central I.
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The suspension is expected to last for 30 days within which the appropriate levels of the party would take definite positions on their issues.
However, amidst concerns over the fate of Nnamani and other suspended members, who are PDP standard-bearers for various elective positions, a highly placed source at the party national secretariat told reporters that the affected members remains candidate of the party, pending the determination of the allegations against them by the respective disciplinary committee, which will investigate their cases.