The Chairman, Peoples Democratic Occasion (PDP) in Ebonyi Enlighten, Tochukwu Okorie has been suspended.
Kumornews understands that he become as soon as suspended by the Enlighten Working Committee (SWC) over alleged inappropriate misconduct.
The flesh presser become as soon as reportedly punished for abandoning the occasion’s activities and furthermore refusing to organise executive meetings for a length of four months since he become as soon as reinstated as a boss by the Court of Appeal in Abuja.
The command occasion deputy chairman, Emmanuel Nworie, while speaking with newsmen in Abakaliki on Monday quickly after the committee’s emergency meeting said the suspension of the chairman become as soon as for a length of one month.
Nworie furthermore alleged that Okorie become as soon as chanced on to private joined an aspirant to file a suit against the occasion in the command.
He described the act as unlawful and unacceptable by the SWC contributors.
He said: “At the emergency SWC meeting, we reviewed the activities of our chairman, Tochukwu Okorie and his misconduct.
“The chairman has failed to organise a gathering for added than four months which is against the occasion’s structure.”
The deputy chairman, the authorized adviser, the publicity secretary, and the females chief, were among those at the emergency meeting, Kumornews understands.
The Court of Appeal, Abuja, on May per chance well well furthermore 23, ordered the reinstatement of Mr Okorie as the Ebonyi PDP’s chairman and sacked Silas Onu who become as soon as occupying the put up.
Reacting to the enchancment, Mr Okorie described his suspension as unlawful, saying: “it is handiest the national management that will presumably hunch me.
“I’m a member of the National Govt Council of the occasion and no member of the command working committee has the energy to hunch me.
“On the alleged inappropriate misconduct, I’m the chairman as directed by the court docket. I private the prerogative energy to salvage admission to the occasion’s memoir in conducting occasion activities.”