Posted by News Express | 18 October 2017 | 1,759 times
The National Secretary of the Campaign for Democracy (CD), Comrade Prince Goodluck Obi, has dismissed his expulsion by the National Executive Council (NEC) of Campaign for Democracy (CD).
In a press release made available to the media on Monday in Lagos, Prince Obi said that “to expose the illegality and unconstitutionality of the so called NEC and its purported expulsion, according to Section 10 of the Campaign for Democracy (CD) constitution on the issue of discipline of any officer or member. The National Executive Council shall appoint on an ad-hoc basis 5 members to the disciplinary committee.
“Therefore, we want to ask, from which section of the CD constitution did the setting up of a three-member disciplinary committee emanate by the so called NEC?”
Prince Obi maintained that “the Campaign for Democracy (CD), being the foremost civil society organisation in Nigeria remains irrevocably committed to its ideals for a better society and will not be distracted by the illegal and unconstitutional activities of some misguided elements who will face appropriate disciplinary actions for bringing the name of our esteemed organisation to disrepute.”
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