PDP maintains stance on disqualification of Presidential Aspirants

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Meanwhile, The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has upheld the disqualification of two of its presidential aspirants.

Chairman of the screening committee, David Mark, noted that the two aspirants will not be refunded their N40m fees paid for nomination and expression of interest forms.

The appeal committee led by the PDP national chairman, Iyorchia Ayu, maintained the party’s stance on the disqualification status of the two aspirants.

Recall that the David Mark-led nine-men screening committee on Friday disqualified the two aspirants.

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