The National Working Committee of the Alliance for Democracy on Wednesday suspended the state party executives in Oyo, Osun, Ogun, Edo, Akwa-Ibom and Anambra states.
The National Chairman of the party, Joseph Avazi, announced this in a communique read after a meeting of the National Working Committee in Abuja.
Avazi said the National Executive Committee of the party would hold a meeting on May 17, 2018, while the membership registers and cards would be issued to members across the country.
The communique read in part, “NWC recommended that all the states without proper congress be dissolved and the state chapters be re-organised and ensure structures in all wards of the federation.
“That the current executives of Oyo, Osun, Ogun, Edo, Akwa-Ibom and Anambra be dissolved immediately. That a committee be set up to facilitate the inauguration of the Board of Trustees.”
“The NWC strongly recommend that the Presidency (and) Ministry of Foreign Affairs should ensure the safety of all Nigerians anywhere in the world.
“Also, the NWC sympathises with the government and people of Benue and Taraba states over the incessant killings, calling on the security agencies to be up to the task of securing the nation,” the party added.