Two aspirants on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party for the Ondo state gubernatorial primaries slated for July 22 -23  have been disqualified by the Hon. Yakubu Dogara led screening committee.
Speaking with journalists at the party Secretariat, Dogara said the committee screened out two aspirants who failed to meet the criteria given the committee by the party.
Nine aspirants appeared before the PDP screening committee in the two days screening exercise that lasted into the night.
Aspirants for the July 22nd, PDP Governorship Primaries include, Eyitayo Jegede; Sen. Boluwaji Kunlere and Deputy Governor of Ondo state Dr. Agboola Ajayi.
Others are the  Dr. Eddy Olafeso;  Ben Banji Okunomo; Bode Ayorinde; Otunba Bamidele Akingboye; Mr. Godday Erewa and  Barr. Sola Ebiseeni.
Pressed to mention the names of those disqualified, the former speaker of the House of Representatives declined walked into his car and left.
He said while they are screened out, they have the right to approach the appeal committee which sits on Monday to appeal their cases.
He maintained that the committee was thorough to ensure that the outcome of the screening would stand the test of time globally.
His words: “The intention is that anybody who passed through the screening would have almost like a bankable case that cannot be challenged anywhere.
“So we have critically and analytically looked at all the claims made in all the documents submitted to us and I am happy to announce to you that we have completed the assignment and provisional certificate of clearance has been signed by the committee.
“It will be distributed to the candidates right now some of them who are here collecting their certificates. Unfortunately, in this case, I am not happy to report this to you that two aspirants failed the litmus test.