Former Senate President Wabara to face PDP disciplinary committee

Former Senate President Senator Adolphus Wabara will likely
face a disciplinary committee to be set up by the Peoples Democratic Party
(PDP) in Abia State to explain some statements credited to him recently by the


This is according to the Vice Chairman and acting Publicity
Secretary of Abia PDP, Abraham Amah, who said the committee will be inaugurated
after the party’s State Working Committee (SWC) meeting.


Amah, who made this known in Umuahia during a live programme
on Flo 94.9 FM, said that Wabara, presently the acting chairman of the PDP
Board of Trustees (BoT), must use the occasion to apologise to the party for
making statements that could bring ‘collateral damage’ to the reputation of


The PDP Vice Chairman, who said that the former Senate
President was at liberty to make personal statements on governance in the state
and the country at large, however, said that such expression should not bring
damage to the party.


“In a few days’ time, the State Working Committee is
meeting; in that meeting, we are setting up a disciplinary committee. He has to
face the disciplinary committee,” Amah vowed.


He further avowed that Wabara could only be forgiven by the
party if he apologised to the disciplinary committee for his alleged unguarded


According to him, the claim by the former Senate President
that he was misquoted by the media was not acceptable to the Abia PDP until he
appeared before the disciplinary committee to explain himself and offer the
necessary apologies.


Abia PDP recently issued a statement in which it disowned
the former Senate President’s alleged endorsement of Governor Alex Otti for a
second term in office.


On the Abia State government’s recent directive that the
Lokpanta Cattle Market in Umuchieze, Umunnochi LGA, should operate as a daily
market, Abraham Amah commended Governor Alex Otti for taking the step. He,
however, added that the past PDP administration of Okezie Ikpeazu should also
be acknowledged for bringing up the daily market template.


He also advised Governor Alex Otti to conduct local
government elections in the 17 LGAs, rather than appointing mayors for the
councils, as rumoured in the media. 


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