Senator Buruji Kashamu has described his expulsion from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) as “irrational,” “ill-advised” and “null and void.”
Kashamu, on Monday, with three others, were expelled from the party after a National Executive Council (NEC) emergency meeting in Abuja.
However, the Ogun East lawmaker in a statement, said “It is clear from the ill-advised decision that the Prince Uche Secondus-led National Working Committee is lawless and undemocratic. No due process was followed as enshrined in the constitution of the party.”
He added that it stands against the constitution of the party as there are also suits challenging his earlier suspension from the party.
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“Therefore,” the lawmaker added, “the purported expulsion cannot stand in the face of the Rule of Law. It is null and void.
“I and my associates are fully in the PDP whether anybody likes it or not. We will continue to operate with the law as PDP members, senator and exco.”
He urged “Nigerians to watch out for the full story and history of Secondus and what transpired between him and the Adebutus on how they sold an empty shell of the Ogun State PDP structure to the Adebutus.”