No Party Survives Amidst Indiscipline … PDP Chairman
By: Femi Mustapha
The Chairman of Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP), Kaduna chapter, North West Nigeria Honourable Felix Hassan Hyat, has said no political party or any organization can survive amidst indiscipline, hence the resolved of the party to mete out disciplinary actions on some erring members of the party.
He made the assertion while speaking to the media in kaduna on Thursday 28th May, 2020
The PDP Chairman who was reacting to the uproar generated by the suspension of Senator Suleiman Hunkuyi, and expulsion of Dr. Danfulani, and four others; from the party said the party has a constitution and structures that must be respected and adhered to by all members.
Hyat said, Senator Hunkuyi in particular has been a torn in flesh of the party in the state. He explained that Hunkuyi from 2007 will surfaced and contest against the party, but decamped back to PDP after he failed.
“He contested against Namadi Sambo, then late Patrick Yakowa.
“In 2015, he won the election under APC not because of his popularity, but because of the Buhari sunami in the northern region.
“In 2019 as a serving senator serving under the platform of All Progressives Congress, he indicated his interest to decamped to the PDP. Our national office has a Memorandum of Understanding with him that he can only contest for a post he’s presently holding which he obliged to.
“Surprisingly, he indicated interest to contest for the governorship primary and lost to Isah Ashiru.
“But in swift way he went to purchased the form for the senatorial seat denying others from contesting for the seat which he eventually lost at the poll,” he said.
The PDP Chairman further said the actions of Suleiman Hunkuyi is not far from that of a mole whose aim is to destroy the party.
He emphasized that PDP in Kaduna state is not about Hassan Hyat, but committed members of the party who have laboured day and night for the survival of the party.
He called on party faithful to rally round the party and ignore those who trying to destabilize the party in the state.