Jandor Assumes Leadership Of PDP, Proclaims Expulsion Of Bode George, Others From Party

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THE Lagos State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate in the 2023 elections, Dr. Abdulazeez Olajide Adediran (popularly known as Jandor), has declared that party leaders who supported rival candidates are no longer connected with the party

During a gathering to express gratitude to his campaign team and address the state’s affairs, Jandor stated his newfound leadership within the PDP in Lagos. 

He said that those who openly backed other candidates during both the presidential and governorship elections are now dismissed from the party.

Despite securing third place in the governorship race, Jandor was confronted with legal setbacks in his pursuit of victory, with defeats at the tribunal, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. 

His allegations against Governor Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu, including presenting a falsified secondary school result, failed to persuade justices of the three levels of adjudication. 

Reflecting on past betrayals within the party, Jandor highlighted instances where certain leaders supported opposition candidates, such as Mr Peter Obi of the Labour Party in the presidential election. 

He condemned such disloyalty, citing similar occurrences in previous elections.

Stating his position within the PDP, Jandor proclaimed himself as the foremost leader of the party, reaffirming his commitment to its cause. 

He urged disloyal members to depart from the party, allowing genuine individuals to lead.

Expressing disappointment with the nation’s challenges, Jandor criticized the removal of subsidies under President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s leadership. 

He advocated for a more strategic approach, suggesting that the President should have first informed and prepared Nigerians for the subsidy’s elimination.

Segun Adewale, also known as Aeroland, the PDP senatorial candidate for Lagos West, shared similar opinions with Jandor, connecting the party’s misfortunes to disloyal leaders. 

He urged them to vacate their positions, enabling dedicated members to lead the party forward.

 

Eighteen-Eleven Media 

 

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