Buruji Kashamu and seven others have been suspended by the Ogun State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) over alleged financial improprieties and anti-party activities.
In an official statement signed by Olawale Ogundele, the state party chairman, Buruji was suspended alongside seven other persons – Bayo Dayo, Pegba Otemolu, Semiu Shodipo, Fatai Adeyanju, Segun Seriki, Daisi Akitan and Bowale Solaja.
“The Ogun state Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has announced the suspension of the above named with immediate effect. This is sequel to the report of a panel which was constituted in June, 2016 to investigate allegations of financial improprieties, anti-party activities and sundry reckless acts that are capable of bringing our great party to disrepute.” “Based on the preliminary report of the panel however, submitted to the executive committee of the Peoples Democratic Party, Ogun state chapter, we found merit in the allegations and hereby adopt the report and findings of the panel which include recommendation to suspend the above mentioned.
“In the exercise of the powers vested on the state executive committee in accordance with the constitution of the Peoples Democratic Party the above name are hereby suspended from the Ogun state chapter of the PDP with immediate effect; their names have also been forwarded to the national secretariat of the party for necessary further appropriate disciplinary actions,” the statement read.