Imo: PDP Takes Protest To EU, UN, France

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Tuesday resumed its protest in Abuja, calling on the European Union (EU), the United Nations (UN) and France to intervene in what the party described as the ruination of democracy and miscarriage of justice in the country.

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Recall that some days ago, the party leaders took their protest to the United States and United Kingdom embassies protesting against the ruling of the Supreme Court in Imo.

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In petitions submitted to the EU and UN offices and the French embassy, the PDP urged France and the international bodies to prevail on the Federal Government to preserve democratic institutions and the sanctity of the ballot.

The party leaders, who were led in the protest by the Deputy National Chairman (North), Senator Suleiman, took off from the party’s campaign headquarters, Legacy House, in the Maitama district.

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