The Ekiti State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has announced its intention to initiate the expulsion of former Governor Ayodele Fayose from the party.
In a recent development, the party revealed that it has taken decisive steps to expel Fayose, citing his alleged unwholesome and anti-party activities as the primary reasons behind this decision. These resolutions and recommendations for Fayose’s expulsion have been officially communicated to the National Working Committee (NWC).
Chief Olalekan Amerijoye, the Publicity Secretary of the Caretaker Transition Committee, shared this information with the media in Ado-Ekiti on Tuesday, highlighting the party’s determination to no longer tolerate the actions of Fayose and other PDP leaders in the state that are perceived as detrimental to the party’s interests.
“Admittedly, challenges have emerged, as is commonplace within any substantial political entity, occasionally leading to momentary setbacks.
“Disagreements are a natural facet of political growth, yet it would have been incumbent upon us to realize that the greater good should forever eclipse our differences.
“We are expecting the response of the National Working Committee to the majority decision of stakeholders in Ekiti towards the suspension of former governor Ayodele Fayose from the party.
“The genuine members of Ekiti PDP have resolved from our recent meeting on what should be the punitive measures for people that have turned the party into a commercial venture.
“These resolutions have been communicated to headquarters in Abuja by some individuals who are ‘PDAPC,’ and we are patiently waiting for their response in the interest of the PDP in Ekiti.”