Wednesday, November 30, 2022

PDP: Okowa, BOT In Reconciliatory Meeting In Abuja

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Vice-presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, has said that there is no doubt that aggrieved members of the PDP will not destroy the party because they are moving together to reconcile with themselves on the little issues that are left at the moment.

Ifenanyi Okowa

Okowa was speaking while briefing journalists after a reconciliation meeting with the acting chairman of the PDP Board of Trustees, Senator Adolphus Wabara, at the Delta State Governor’s Lodge in Asokoro, Abuja on Saturday.

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The PDP has known no peace since the Rivers State Governor, Nyesome Wike, failed to emerge as the party’s presidential candidate to Atiku Abubakar and was subsequently overlooked for the vice-presidential job in consideration of Delta State governor.


Wike also claimed that the party has been heavily dominated by a section of the country in its leadership structure calling for the resignation of the national chairman of the party, Sen. Iyorchia Ayu, for balance, fairness, and justice in the party.

Okowa further stated that there are talks among the governors on how to reconcile the issues, believing that much has been done.

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‘’They are members of the party, there is no doubt about that, they will work for the party because this is the home they belong to and I believe that they are not going to destroy it.

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“We are talking among ourselves, I believe there is still a little work to do but a lot has been done. There are still issues to be dealt with, that is why you have seen the visit of the leaders of the party and the Board of Trustees.

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