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Chief Edwin Clark, a prominent figure in the South South and former Federal Commissioner for Information, has penned a compelling letter to the Acting National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Amb. Umar Ililya Damagum.


In the letter, Clark advised Damagum to either step up his efforts or gracefully resign from his position to salvage the party from imminent collapse.

Clark’s letter, dated April 24, 2024, addresses the recent National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting, which he describes as a farce, highlighting the undue influence of Nyesom Wike, the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory Administration, over the party’s affairs.

He criticized NEC members for their apparent timidity in confronting Wike’s dominance, emphasizing the need for truth-speaking and accountability within the party’s leadership.

Clark further accused Damagum of being complicit in anti-party activities, particularly in Rivers State, alleging that he is under the sway of Wike.

He underscores the concerning influence of Wike within the party, suggesting that key party positions, including Damagum’s, are filled with individuals loyal to the Rivers State governor.

Clark delves into the intricate dynamics of Rivers State politics, outlining Wike’s alleged manipulation of governance and party affairs to suit his interests.

He points out instances where Wike’s control over the party has led to internal conflicts and defections, ultimately weakening the PDP’s position in the state.

The letter concludes with a call to action for Damagum to reassess his role within the party and take decisive steps to address the internal strife, emphasizing the urgency of the situation to prevent further damage to the PDP’s integrity and unity.

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