The controversial national chairman of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Prince Uche Secondus, has denied allegations that he is opposing Southern Nigeria’s interests..
Secondus reports this in a statement from its media adviser, Ike Abonyi, in Abuja on Friday.
It noted that “Secondus’ media agency will continue to respond to even laughable conversations because of the danger of disinformation entering the public space unquestioned.”
It stated that one such false information being circulated was the allegation by PDP’s Rivers State Chairman, Ambassador Desmond Akawor, that Secondus was working against Confederate interests and that he had failed to pay his dues to the party.
“We understand the frustration of the anti-Second Crusaders who have become evidence shopaholics in their desperation to find points with which to achieve their ignoble goals.
“The Media Bureau sees their attempt as a case of a bad marketer selling a product, making several attempts to convince buyers in vain.
“Our response is that there is no truth to all the allegations and that the interests of the South will be seriously jeopardized if Akawor and his clique push it,” the statement said.
Secondus’ Media Bureau said critical members of PDP, including critical members of the public, knew for a fact that “no person, regardless of position, could determine the position of offices in the party individually.
However, the Media Bureau will urge the public and media to be wary of compulsive shoppers whose agenda is primarily to distract and destroy this party and remove its focus from returning to power in 2023. , as demanded by Nigerians,” the statement said.