Accord Party South-West has called for the resignation of its National Chairman Mohammed Malado.
Concise News learnt that the resignation calls was due to alleged anti-party activities.
He was alternative told to set up a committee to investigate the matter as the South West zone reached the resolutions during its zonal meeting in Ibadan on Sunday which was attended by the chairmen of the six South West states.
“Article 20 of the party’s constitution states that no member shall engage in acts that will bring the party to public ridicule, disrepute and embarrassment,’’ the South West zone noted.
“This, to a large extent, means that he is contesting the election on the platform of another party, while he is also the national chairman of Accord Party.
“In view of the above listed anti-party activities, we the leaders of the party in the south west zone dissociate ourselves from the court proceedings instituted by the chairman in the party’s name against the National Assembly.’’
“We are calling on our members to be steadfast. All ongoing efforts are aimed at strengthening the party and cleansing it of saboteurs.’’