Despite being sacked by the National Working Committee, the former chairman of the All Progressives Congress ward congress in Delta state, Alhaji Sani Dododo on Saturday conducted a parallel local government congress in the state.
Our investigations revealed that Dododo, in alleged connivance with Senator Omo-Agege and Chief Great Ogboru allegedly disregarded the directives of the NWC to hold parallel LG congresses on unapproved venues.
Recall that the NWC in a letter dated May 10, addressed to the Delta state commissioner of police and other security agencies in the state, said: “The chairman, Alhaji Sani Dododo, has, however, been replaced with the new chairman, Chief Emmanuel Chindah.”
Appealing for assistance for the new chairman and his six-man team, the NWC in the letter signed by the party’s national secretary, Hon. Mai Malu Buni, said: “We request that you give them maximum support and police security throughout their stay in the state.”
Flouting his sack order by the NWC, the ousted chairman in company of the Delta state APC chairman, Jones Erue, Senator representing Delta Central Senatorial district, Ovie Omo-Agege, Chief Great Ogboru and a host of others, took the result of a parallel congress conducted in the state to party’s secretariat for submission in a bid to give their followers “false hope.”
Meanwhile, the Chindah led committee on Monday submitted its report to the appeal committee at Asaba, while Dododo purportedly went to party headquarters at Abuja to submit fake results to some party officials, instead of the NWC.