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Kwara North PDP Senatorial Chairman, Hon Shuaibu Jimoh resigns



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Hon. Shuaibu Jimoh, the Kwara North Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Senatorial Chairman has resigned.

According to a report, Mr. Jimoh assumed the position in 2022 and served until his resignation.

The resignation letter was received on behalf of the Party by its State Secretary, Mr Abdulrahman Kayode Abdullahi Kayode.

In a statement by Olusegun Olusola, the State Publicity Secretary, Kwara PDP, Shuaibu Jimoh said his resignation followed his aspiration to assume another role within the party.

However, the ex-Kwara North Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Senatorial Chairman didn’t disclose the new role he wants to assume within the party as claimed.

PDP has been confronted with the resignation of a number of its top members before and after the conclusion of the 2023 general elections, with some citing the autocratic leadership style of Bukola Saraki and his refusal to account for how the 2023 election campaign funds were spent as reasons for their resignation.

The ex-State Youth Leader, Prince Haliru Mahmoud Dantsoho, resigned from his position after he called Saraki out in a viral video to give a proper account of the presidential campaign funds, which Saraki didn’t but instead facilitated his suspension. An action the Party Headquarters would later describe as ‘unconstitutional’.

The scribe of the Party, Mr Abdulrazaq Lawal, the Organizing Secretary and former commissioner, Dr Bilikisu Oniyangi, and the Publicity Secretary, Prince Tunji Moronfoye, have also resigned their positions from the Party amid the presidential campaign funds imbroglio.

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