The Plateau state chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Hon. Damishi Sango and his deputy, Amos Goyol, have been suspended on grounds of alleged financial misconduct.
The state Publicity Secretary, of the Party, John Akans, disclosed the suspension to news in Jos.
“We the members of the state executive of the Peoples Democratic Party, Plateau state chapter in a meeting held on the 24th day of April 2019 at the state party office due to imminent issues arising from elections; a vote of no confidence is passed against the Party chairman, Hon. Dimishi Sango and his deputy Hon. Amos Goyol,” he said.
Akan’s further stressed that the decision was reached, due to failure of Sango and Goyol, to account for the presidential elections funds sent to the party.
He said prior to the suspension, vote of no confidence was passed on them, by officials of the party.
“The Monies raised and saved by the Party to help Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) to help relieve their pains were also not accounted for up till this moment.
“No Mention has been made of the stated funds. It is worthy to note that the Deputy Chairman is the Chairman Committee on IDPs for the party. The money meant for Plateau state setreat was equally not accounted for by the chairman and/or the deputy chairman.
“The arbitrary substitution of the legitimate candidate who won his primaries for Wase Federal House of Representatives by the Chairman and this Deputy without recourse to the EXCO or SEC due to some financial inducement to the Chairman and the Deputy Chairman cost PDP to lose the election in Wase Federal House of Representatives,” the PDP alleged.