Popular Nigerian Actor, Kenneth Okonkwo, has revealed that the Enugu state People’s Democratic Party gave their governorship ticket to the highest bidder. In his speech, he slammed the People’s Democratic Party, Enugu state chapter, saying from his observation, their governorship primaries were a buying and selling activity.
Kenneth alleged that it was this same reason that made Peter Obi leave the People’s Democratic Party for the Labour Party. However, Okonkwo strongly believes that the People’s Democratic Party, Enugu state chapter had some manipulation in their governorship primaries.
He said, “After witnessing how PDP organized its gubernatorial primary in Enugu and saw how the ticket was bought and sold to the highest bidder, I remembered how our principal Peter Obi witnessed the same thing in PDP national convention and refused to participate in it but rather left for Labour Party for a new Nigeria.”
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