Former chairmen elected on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party have said that the emergence of Governor Idris Wada as the standard bearer of the party signified victory for the party in the November 21st governorship elcetion in the state.
Former chairmen elected on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), have said that the emergence of Governor Idris Wada as the standard bearer of the party signified victory for the party in the November 21st governorship election in the state.
In a statement signed by the former ALGON chairman, Aloysius Okino, the group described the overwhelming votes Wada got during the election as an indication of his popularity and the support he enjoys from vast majority of members of PDP who share his vision for the state.
They congratulated the party’s National working committee of PDP for a job well done in conducting what it described as transparent, free, fair, and credible and a well organised primary which they said confirmed the leadership position of PDP in the Nigerian polity.
The group affirmed their resolve to work very hard for the victory of Wada and indeed that of the party in the governorship election slated for the 21st November, 2015.
They urged all members of the party at all levels to embrace and rally round the Governor and leader of the party, so as to deliver a resounding victory for the party at the 21st November 2015, election.
The group equally called on those who lost out during the primary to consider the larger interest of the party and join hands with the candidate of the party to win overwhelmingly, the governorship election.
– Joseph Amedu, Lokoja