The crisis rocking the People’s Democratic Party has taken another dimension as youths in the party besieged the Wadata House, headquarters of the party to demand thew immediate resignation of Uche Secondus as national chairman.
Armed with placards bearing varying inscriptions, the protesters said Mr Secondus is no longer competent to lead the party to its desired position.
Meanwhile, the embattled Chairman on Monday gave reasons he would not resign his position.
Disclosing this in a statement, Ike Abonyi, SA Media to Secondus, opined that nothing so far warrants his resignation.
He urged those fighting against Secondus to come clean and tell party members across the country his offense and why he should resign.