The poll was conducted to elect the party’s candidates for the 21 local governments ahead of the council election scheduled for November.
The Chairman of the Local Government & Ward Congresses Appeal Committee, Dunama Azurah, who addressed reporters over the petitions, said the treatment of the complaints would be concluded on September 26, and where a supplementary primary election is indicated, it will be done on or before September 28.
The PDP chairmanship primary election was trailed by protests, with many aspirants reportedly complaining of imposition of unpopular aspirants.
The appeal committee chairman said he had read most of the petitions and none complained of imposition.
“We have not received complaints of imposition. The nearest we’ve had is allegation of use of money. I have not seen issue of imposition in all the cases I have read, but if I get anyone, subsequently, we will see about it,” he said.
Azurah said reports of protests were doubtful or at best not as serious as they might have been made to sound, “but in any case, complaints are natural in the prevailing circumstances.”
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