Ekweremadu refutes reports of crisis in PDP

Related port guber candidates unveil programmes in dialogue one hour agone  Politics Ogun guber candidates grapple with diurnal confusion sooner than poll one hour agone  Politics Secondus cautions against rigging, plunging nation into crisis one hour agone  Politics Deputy Senate President President Ekweremadu Police begin probe of burnt 5 campaign buses in Enugu Deputy Senate President President Ekweremadu has frowned at faux news purporting division within the Peoples party sooner than the 2019 presidential election. Ekweremadu represented the reports as “cheap blackmail, smear campaign and extreme information” and urged party trustworthy and supporters to not be distracted by what he referred to as “the lie mills because the nation approaches the vital stages of the 2019 elections, however to stay targeted.” The lawgiver, UN agency took to his social media handles @iamekweremadu to form the reasons, said: “My attention has been drawn to the musical organization tries by some characters to make the impression of a divided house in Peoples party (PDP) within the returning presidential election. Such characters dish out faux and dissentious stories while not supply on a day to day and attribute same to ME. “While I refuse to be distracted by such low-cost blackmail, smear campaign and extreme propaganda, it’s vital to reassure our supporters that the PDP is united and targeted on wresting power from the All Progressives Congress (APC). “I have control separate conferences with our vice presidential candidate, Peter cult and therefore the Chairman, South-East Governors Forum, Dave Umahi, to figure out methods for the success of our party and candidates within the returning elections.” In another development, the police in Enugu yesterday same that they had commenced a all-out investigation into a “fire outbreak” that gutted 5 branded campaign vehicles of the PDP within the state.He same the explanation for the fireplace incident was nonetheless to be discovered and suggested members of the general public to be safety aware and report suspected movement to the police.