Senate seat: PDP aspirant threatens legal action
Is Ayade biting more than he can chew?
stipulated by the guidelines from his position as Zonal Vice Chairman, Borno Central Senatorial District before participating in the primaries, stressing that he influenced the selection of delegates for the primaries.
Mr Goni, therefore, threatened to seek redress in court if the national leadership of the party failed to address the issue.
“The ineligibility of Alhaji Kaleri to participate in the primaries indicates a sign of indiscipline/corruption within the Borno State chapter of the PDP while the opposition at the national level is talking about eliminating indiscipline and corruption in the nation. This might be an ominous sign threatening the party’s success ahead of the 2015 senatorial by-election.
“Mr. Chairman Sir, by citing these irregularities discovered in the primary election, the party should declare that the primaries conducted by the PDP in Borno State was in clear violation of the electoral Act and outcome of the said primaries voided. We await for a favourable response within five working days or seek legal redress from a competent court of law,” he added.