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‘Don’t Celebrate Ayu’s Removal Yet’ – Dino Melaye Slams Wike, G-5 Govs

Former Kogi West Senator, Dino Melaye has urged Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State and his allies not to be too quick to celebrate the removal of the embattled National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Iyorchia Ayu from office. NAIJA NEWS reports.

Recall that Ayu, on Sunday, was suspended from the party over alleged anti-party activities and for failing to pay his membership dues by the Igorov ward executive committee in the Gboko Local Government Area of Benue State.Information Guide Nigeria

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Following the suspension, the Benue State High Court restrained Ayu from parading himself as the chairman of the party and granted the prayer of a PDP member, Conrad Utaan.

The development saw Ayu step aside pending the ruling of the court and the Deputy National Chairman, (North), Umar Damagum, assumed the position as the acting national chairman.NYSC Portal

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Reacting, Wike advised Ayu to come to terms with the reality that his calamitous reign has come to an end, dismissing his claim that only the National Executive Council (NEC) could suspend him.

In a chat with The Punch on Tuesday, Melaye reminded Wike and the G5 Governors that Ayu did not resign from office but only stepped aside in obedience to a court order.

He said, “Ayu has the right to seek legal redress and I am sure that is an option he would explore. Ayu did not resign; he only stepped aside. He will bounce back and for the G-5 governors, we tell them not to rejoice yet because the music has just started.

“This is no celebration time for them. By this move, the party and the chairman have both demonstrated that they are law-abiding. Whether the ex parte order was well procured, purchased, or induced, Ayu decided to obey it as a law-abiding citizen. There is no point in taking the laws into our hands.’’

“While this crisis lasted, Governor Wike kept repeating that he and his group wanted the chairmanship of the party to go to the South but in compliance with the constitution of the party, the position has remained in the North. Now, has this helped their cause?”JAMB Result

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Essien, Goodnews is a gruaduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo, Uyo; Currently working at Infoguide Media as a news writer.

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