Deregistration: 18 Parties Set Up Interim Committee For New IPAC, Retains Adedamola As Chaiman In Ogun
The registered political parties that scaled through recent deregistration by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) yesterday set up an Interim Management Committee for the Inter-Party Advisory Council (IPAC).
During the meeting in Abeokuta on Monday, the eighten political parties who were not de-registered by the court had a meeting and formed another committee who are seven in numbers in which Asiwaju Adedamola Adeshina still remained the interim IPAC chairman in the state.
The chairman while speaking with newsmen said that they have formed an interim committee since some polical parties have been deregistered, adding that his party YPP is one of the registered political parties.
He said ”After the deregistration of the seventy four political parties by INEC in the country, 18 of us decided today to hold a meeting to form an interim committee and we are seven in number, my self and my members.
”After forming the interim committee today i still emerged the chairman again” He concluded.
He noted that now that some political parties have been de-registered the government will now be dealing with only the 18 till the outcome of the court.
Adedamola added that the position of law only recognise the 18 parties other 74 are still in court.
The chairman of registered political parties who were present and their parties are, Olugbenga Shobwale of ADC, Ijaduoye Boyete of ZLP, prince Wale Adebisi of Accord, kazeem Niniola of AAC, Agojisola Kasali of NNPP, Okusanya Samson of PRP, Otunba Ayojinadu of SDP, prince Tolu Ajayi, of PTA, Oliyide Sunkanmi of PDP, Aare Sola Coker Jp of APGA, Patric Kehinde Oyatayo of APM. comrade Arabambi of Labour Party and Asiwaju Adedamola of YPP.