A People’s Democratic Party governorship candidate in Ogun state, Segun Sowunwuni,has claimed that the party’s delegates and leaders are playing a favoritism game with other aspirants.
The aspirant made this known on Friday, May 20th during a press conference at the NUJ secretariat, calling for the dissolution of the delegates if they truly were bound by the oath constitution of the party.
Sowunmi alleged that,a contender with him Ladi Adebutu was on radio and live streaming programm where he said the delegates and excos who have a very important roles to would prepare the primary election of the party.
He reiterated that upon seeing such on radio, he consider it a bit odd, and thereby, called on the lawyer to write the party’s national on the issue.
Sowunmi explained that the delegates should on no account be loyal to any aspirants but the party for the purpose of fairness, equity, and justice.
He however approached Ogun High court justice for proper intervention in which the case was dismissed on Thursday.
In his notice of appeal, claimed that, the judge “was in grave error when he held that only the Federal High Court can exercise jurisdiction in redressing the appellant’s complaint.
He also written the National Working Committee (NWC) of the party, seeking the dissolution of the state executive over alleged violation of their oath of office.
Sowunmi therefore, warned in a letter dated, Friday, May 20 and made available to journalists in Abeokuta that, if the exco is allowed to conduct the primary election, it would amount to “nugatory” and a situation whereby the party may not have a candidate at the 2023 general elections.