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Exodus Of Resignation Hits PDP As 26 Members Quit Party In One Day (See List)

The Peoples Democratic Party on Wednesday, 23rd April, 2024 was hit by mass resignation as 26 leaders and members resigned their membership of the party

Prominent among them is the former Imo state Governor, Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha.

On the same day, other zonal leaders of the party from Imo including the state executives and candidates of the party in the last election, turned in their resignation letters

Below is the list of PDP Members that officially tendered their resignation letters on the 23rd of April 2024.

1. His Excellency, Rt Hon Emeka Ihedioha CON
2. Chief Barr Chris Okewulonu – BOT Member
3. Sir Stanley Ekezie – South East Zonal Officer
4. Chief Austin Okeke (AEO) – South East Zonal Publicity Secretary
5. Rt. Hon Obinna Onwubuariri – Frm Rep Member

6. Barr. Kissinger Ikokwu – State Legal Adviser
7. Mazi Emenike Nmeregini – State Publicity Secretary
8. Engr Chibuzor Agulana – Aboh/Ngor Okpala Rep Candidate
9. Chief Emeka Nwokeke – Zonal Organizing Secretary
10. Prof Obioma Iheduru – Secretary, Imo PDP Elders Council

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11. Chief David Abanihi – State Assistant Treasurer
12. Hon Mrs Amarachi Owuamanam – Zonal Secretary
13. Hon Sambazz Iheaturueme – Obowo LGA Chairman
14. Hon. Mrs Ruth Nkwocha – Zonal Woman Leader
15. Hon Ezenna Okoro

16. Hon. Mishael Ozoemena
17. Amb. Ajachukwu Eze
18. Sir Chimezie Onuoha
19. Ezeagwula Emeka Sunday
20. Ikemba Columbus Akalonu

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21. Hon Johncee Nwaiwu
22. Modestus Ezekwe
23. Hon Marcel Nwankwo
24. Mrs. Ozioma Agu – State Executive Officer
25. Hon Emma Nwaebo – Zonal Youth Leader
26. Engr Ben Nwaoluka

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