The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Tuesday granted waivers to returnee members.
The waivers grant the receivers same privileges as those enjoyed by existing members of the party.
Beneficiaries include former Oyo state governor and founder of the Accord Party, Rashidi Ladoja who is vying for the party chairmanship; another Oyos state politician, Seyi Makinde and others in other states who returned or decamped to the party.
The meeting, which held at the national secretariat of the party, also deliberated on the state of things in Ekiti state where Governor Ayodele Fayose has already handpicked his deputy, Prof Olusola Eleka, as his successor.
This move expectedly dd not sit well with other aspirants and this was the crux of the report given by Senator Biodun Olujimi (PDP-Ekiti South).
His report accuses Fayose of alleged violations of the party constitution and acts of impunity.
Fayose, the chairman of the PDP Governors Forum, has in recent times being at loggerheads with party hierarchy, especially after his declaring his intent to run for the office of the president in 2019 even though the party has already zoned the ticket to the northern region.
Speaking with newsmen after the meeting, the party spokesperson, Dayo Adeyeye, said the grievances of all parties involved were taken note of and answers would be given after due deliberation.
He added that the December 9 date set aside for the party convention was also approved during the meeting.