Delegates and aspirants were sent home at approximately 7pm in Ikorodu club, Aga axis of Ikorodu central on the 22nd of May 2022, after INEC officials failed to show up for the PDP primaries in Ikorodu.
A day that was supposed to be the deciding juncture for nominated aspirants in the party for both house of assembly and house of representatives saw the primaries postponed.
According to the timetable and schedule of actions ratified by the National Chairman of the party, Sen. lyorchia Ayu and Secretary, Sen. Samuel Anyanwu, delegates of the party were supposed to immerse in electing nominees for accessible state assembly and national elective positions and also the Governorship candidate between Saturday, May 21 and Wednesday, May 25, 2022.
While Delegates that will elect their candidates for Ikorodu Constituency I seat was slated to huddle at the Ikorodu Club House for the party’s primary election, those in Ikorodu Constituency 11 was also set to performed the exercise in Imota simultaneously.
Mr Abdulazeez Adekunle Awesu (House of Representatives aspirant), Mr Odeyale Alaba (Ikorodu federal constituency aspirant), Hon Rotimi Balogun (Ikorodu Constituency 1 aspirant), Mr Abdul Kareem Shittu (Ikorodu federal constituency aspirant), and others were also in the wait.
Election of PDP candidates for the House of Representatives was scheduled for Sunday, May 22, while that of the Senate is slated for Monday, May 23.