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PDP National Convention: Ekweremadu Urges Newly Elected Officers To Reconcile Aggrieved Members

Former Deputy President Senate, Ike Ekweremadu has urged the newly elected leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) at the just concluded 2021 National Elective Convention in Abuja to extend hands of fellowship and assuage aggrieved members of the party.

Saying, Nigeria is in dire need of rescue from the clutches of divisiveness, criminal cartels, vaunting bandits and insurgents, collapsing economy (to put it mildly), and secessionist agitations occasioned by injustice and marginalization;” the PDP must mobilize to rescue the country from poor governance while redirecting it to development and economic growth.

This was contained in a which was signed by his Media Adviser, Uche Anichukwu, the former Deputy President of the Senate noted that the election “would give the PDP the much-needed renewed vigour and focus required to rescue Nigeria.

“There is no doubt that we have in place a highly promising team led by a widely-accepted, disciplined, experienced, and pan-Nigerian politician in the person of Distinguished Senator Iyorchia Ayu, that will help mobilize party faithful and Nigerians at home and the Diaspora for the success of this mission.”

Senator Ekweremadu who also chaired the Screening Appeal Panel of the Convention further commended the leaders and elders of the party, and also the Chairman of the National Convention Planning Committee and Adamawa State, Ahmadu “giving the party a highly transparent, seamless, and credible convention,” adding that its success “has disappointed the evil wishers.”

“We are one big family and the larger national and party interest should always prevail, especially at a time like this when the nation is seriously threatened,” he noted.

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