Plateau PDP Crisis ends as Sen Suleiman Andokwe Led CTC hands over to Hon Chris Hassan led Newly Sworn-in PDP EXCO

By: Valentine Adese (JP),

The leadership tussle in the Plateau State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) seems to have been put to rest, as the Caretaker Committee led by Sen. Suleiman Adokwe has formerly handed over the affairs of the chapter to the newly elected Chairman of the chapter, Hon. Chris Hassan.

The brief ceremony, which took place at the office of the Caretaker Committee Chairman in the Plateau State PDP Secretariat, was witnesses by Journalists and with other newly elected Executive Committee members of the chapter in attendance.

Sen. Adokwe, apart from handing over the management of the affairs of the chapter to the leadership of the new EXCO, he also handed over the report of the Caretaker Committee within the past Six (6) days, the report of the Congress and other reports of Assets and Liabilities of the chapter.

In his brief remarks, Sen. Adokwe, charged Chris Hassan to resolve all pending issue(s) in the chapter and bring back the renown PDP family before the end of 2022.

He said, “We expect that from now to 2022, you would have brought many back on board and not to produce another monster in the chapter.

“You all must work together to succeed as a team. There must be loyalty among you all, for it is sad to know that a Working Committee is sharply divided.

“I will advise that, if anyone is not comfortable, he should humbly resign.

“It is of note that, we were given 30 days to complete this assignment, but we have completed it in 6 days. We are within our brief! This is because of the smooth transitional environment that we found. Hence, we decided to conduct the State Congress”.

“Today, our assignment comes to an end!” He added.

In his response after taking over the mantel of service, The Chairman, Chris Hassan, promised to put in more efforts to bring everyone on board and resolve all pending issues in the chapter.

He said, “This will never happen again on the Plateau!”

The High points of the ceremony was the signing of documents and taking of photographs.

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