A former Nigerian Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, has withdrawn from the Enugu Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship primary election which holds today.
It should be gathered that his withdrawal from the governorship race follows suit with that of two other aspirants, Capt. Evarest Nnaji and Denge Joseph Onoh.
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In a statement signed by the Director-General, Ikeoha Campaign Organisation, Hon. Charles Ogbo Asogwa, dated 25th May 2022, it was announced that Senator Ekweremadu won’t participate in the PDP governorship primary election.
The statement read, “We wish to inform our supporters and Nigerians that the former Deputy President of the Senate and foremost governorship aspirant in Enugu State, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, will not be participating in the PDP governorship primary election scheduled for this Wednesday, May 25, 2022.
“Meanwhile, we continue to trust God as we appreciate our teeming supporters and the good people of Enugu State for the enormous goodwill they have ceaselessly invested in the actualisation of the “Pathway to a New Enugu State”.
“We urge them to remain peaceful and be assured that we will keep them abreast of our decision on the way forward.”