Delta PDP Suspends Former Deputy Speaker, Osanebi - THE DAILY CRUCIBLE



Thursday, June 11, 2020

Delta PDP Suspends Former Deputy Speaker, Osanebi

•Hon. Friday Osanebi

 From Dave Obaro, Asaba

The State Working Committee of the Delta State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has suspended its member representing Ndokwa-East State Constituency in the Delta State House of Assembly, Hon. Friday Osanebi

The suspension, according to information made available to reporters in Asaba, the state capital, is for an initial period of one month,  and commences with immediate effect.

It was alleged that the action was taken  against Mr Osanebi over allegation of acts deemed potentially inimical to the peace and harmony of the party.

It was alleged further that Osanebi's activities were causing discord and disaffection among loyal party members.

The matter, according to the release by the party, would be referred to the State Disciplinary Committee(SDC).

Meanwhile, Hon. Friday Osanebi in his reaction to the suspension has charged his teeming supporters and constituents to remain calm and relaxed, saying that there's no reason to panic.

Osanebi in a statement signed by his special assistant on media and publicity, Agbanashi  Ralph, said everything was under control and there was no reason for tension.

He stated further that the decision to strengthen the party and makes it more roburst and united entity.

"Issues raised have to be addressed for the good and betterment of all. I believe the party's decision is for the good of all of us. As a loyal party man, I will always present myself to the party and the committee set up to look into the matter" Osanebi said.

He maintained that  the process would come out for good, reemphasizing that there was no need to panic.

"I want to ensure my lovely constituents, our paty men and women in Ndokwa East and teeming supporters not to be troubled in any way, for all of these will turn out for good".

"Therefore I want you all to be relaxed, remain law abiding citizens, enjoy yourselves, observe all the lay down protocols laid down by government to check coronavirus, for there is no cause for alarm," Osanebi added.

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