Ondo PDP chairman is dead

Fatai Adams, the People's Democratic Party (PDP) chairman in Ondo State is dead.

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The Chairman of the Ondo State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party, Mr Fatai Adams, is dead.

Though details of his death have not been revealed, it was gathered that he died in the early hours of Wednesday.

The party’s state Publicity Secretary, Mr Kennedy Peretei, who confirmed the incident, said the party would soon make official communication to the media on the matter.

“Yes it is true but we will soon communicate you properly on the incident,” Peretei said.


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The State Working Committee of the PDP in Ondo State had announced the suspension of Adams last month.

The party alleged that he was involved in some anti-party activities.


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