The suspended national chairman of the People’s Democratic Party, Prince Uche Secondus has returned to office as the substantive National Chairman of the Party.

His return followed a Kebbi State High Court order issued on Thursday evening declaring as the substantive Chairman of PDP.

The embattled national chairman came into the Wadata Plaza Abuja National Secretariat of the main opposition party Friday morning and headed straight to his office.

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He was later seen on his desk flanked by the acting National Chairman, Elder Yemi Akinwonmi and former Ogun State governorship aspirant of the party, Ladi Adebutu.

When asked to speak on his resumption, Prince Secondus said he was obeying the Kebbi State Court order just as he obeyed the order from Rivers State High Court which removed him from office on Tuesday, August 24.

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Secondus declined more comments on the matter, saying it was not yet time to grant interviews.

Recall that following the Rivers state High Court order, the party through its organs including the Board of Trustees (BoT) affirmed Akinwonmi as the acting National Chairman.

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The National Secretary of the party, Senator Umar Tsuari in response to a question Thursday, said that if there was another court order on Secondus, the party would obey it.


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