Emeka Ihedioha Resigns from PDP, Cites Ideological Differences


Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha, a former Governor of Imo State, and prominent figure within the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), has tendered his resignation from the party, citing ideological disparities and concerns over the party’s recent trajectory.

In a letter addressed to the Chairman of the PDP Mbutu Ward in Aboh Mbaise LGA, Imo State, Ihedioha expressed regret over the party’s apparent inability to uphold internal reforms and provide effective opposition to the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).

Ihedioha Resigns from PDP, Cites Ideological Differences
    The World Satellite obtained a copy of Ihedioha’s resignation letter, dated April 23, 2024, which has been circulated to relevant party officials for their attention and acknowledgment.

    Having been a founding member of the PDP since its inception in 1998, Ihedioha highlighted his longstanding dedication to the party’s principles of credible leadership and internal reform. However, he lamented that recent developments have led him to conclude that the party no longer aligns with his personal beliefs and values.

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    Despite his efforts to advocate for change within the party, Ihedioha stated that the PDP’s current trajectory has left him with no choice but to resign with immediate effect. Nonetheless, he affirmed his continued commitment to contributing towards the advancement of democracy and good governance in Nigeria.




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