, I’ve formally resigned from PDP over irreconcilable differences — Senator Nnamani -

I’ve formally resigned from PDP over irreconcilable differences — Senator Nnamani

Senator Chimaroke Nnamani, the chairman of the Senate Committee on Cooperation & Integration in Africa/NEPAD, announced his formal resignation from the PDP yesterday.

The former governor of Enugu State, who now represents the Enugu East senatorial district, announced his decision to leave the PDP yesterday in a statement. He cited what he described as irreconcilable differences with the party’s national leadership.

He thanked his supporters for their unwavering support they had given him throughout the years.

Nnamani is leaving the PDP only twenty-four hours after Kelvin Chukwu of the Labour Party, LP defeated him in the Saturday election.

The former governor reaffirmed his friendship with Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the president-elect, and pledged to work with him in the future. He also expressed hope that a Tinubu administration would advance good governance, the rule of law, and human rights in the best interests of all Nigerians.

In a statement, Senator Chimaroke Nnamani, the former governor of Enugu State and the senator representing Enugu East in the Senate, thanked his supporters for their unwavering support over the years. He also officially withdrew from the Peoples Democratic Party, or PDP.

Senator Nnamani claimed that after consulting with both his allies and constituents, he had made the decision to leave the PDP due to irreconcilable differences with the party’s national leadership.

He stated that he had moved on and hoped that his small contributions to the growth of his constituency would serve as the foundation for his successors.

In particular, the political family of the Ebeano, Senator Nnamani congratulated Nigerians and urged them to be steadfast in the coming years.

“The former governor reiterated his friendship with President-Elect Bola Ahmed Tinubu and pledged to work alongside him in the future.

In the interest of all Nigerians, Senator Nnamani expressed optimism that the Tinubu administration will advance good governance, the rule of law, and human rights.

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