Ukachukwu accused both governors of altering the results of the recent convention to elect delegates ahead of the party’s primary election.
Ukachukwu described the governors alleged action as undemocratic.
He made the claim while addressing journalists on Friday in Abuja.
According to Ukachukwu, “The party just survived the recent legal tussle and the Makarfi led caretaker committee affirmed as the National entity to run the party, and thing are moving on well now.
“The only problem we have now is that some of the thugs in governors forum have high jacked the party.
“Some of the incumbent PDP governors have hijacked the party.
“The election is coming up in November but there is a very serious problem.
“You know the party has to elect a three-man delegate before the primary election: recently the caretaker committee set up a panel led by Jerry Gana to go and conduct that election of the delegates.
“Eventually Jerry Gana was removed in the middle: upon our enquiry we discovered that it was these same governors that removed him.
“Governor Wike and Fayose now replaced Jerry Gana and Olujimi, but Wike went to Anambra and called for meeting of the statkeholders and the contestants and election was held.
“The governors left in the middle of the election, the secretary continued and the result of the election was sent to Abuja.
“Unfortunately, after submitting the result, Wike went to the oarty office last night and changed the result that was submitted.
“That is a very big problem now and with this you will know that the right candidate may not emerge and it is a problem for the primaries.”
“When things are not done right, it will make the aggrieved members of the party not to support the candidate that emerges through a malicious means.
“If a candidate emerges through this alteration of results, many people may not follow him and that is a problem for PDP in the election. RECEIVE NEWS UPDATE ON: WHATSAPP +234 701 056 0394, AND TWITTER: @247NGNEWSUPDATE, EMAIL: INFO@247NIGERIANEWSUPDATE.CO FOR INSTANT UPDATES ON INSTAGRAM CLICK HERE Share your story with us: firstname.lastname@example.org PLACE YOUR TEXT ADVERT BELOW:>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>