The crisis in the People’s Democratic Party deepened on Wednesday as one of its sacked national officers threatend to sue the National Chairman of the party, Bamangar Tukur, for criminal contempt if he failed to reinstate him.
The National Auditor of the party, Chief Bode Mustapaha, who was sacked last Friday, wrote Tukur through his lawyer to reverse his removal with officers from the South-West.
The party had on Friday sacked Mustapha; the National Vice-Chairman (South-West), Mr. Segun Oni; and dissolved its South-West Executive.
The sacked officers are believed to be loyalists of former President Olusegun Obasanjo. Mustapha also asked the party to rescind its decisions to recognise the Adebayo Dayo faction of the PDP in Ogun State and reverse the sacking of the South-West zonal executive of the party.
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