PDP: We can’t go to convention divided – Obaze

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The Peoples Democratic Party governorship candidate in the just concluded Anambra election, Oseloka Obaze, has called for unity and peace among the members of the party ahead of the December 9 national convention.
He said it would be wrong for the Anambra State chapter to go to the convention like people without cohesion.
Obaze spoke in Awka during a meeting of some chieftains of the party, who had begun moves to agree on how to address and reconcile all the aggrieved factions in the state chapter ahead of its national convention.
He said he had called the meeting to share Ideologist with them, find a common ground and go to the convention as an indivisible and united family.
The party chieftains agreed to hold several other meetings with their supporters  to present a common front at the convention.
“There would be subsequent meetings in all the wards across the state to involve other key stakeholders of the party in the State to decide on a candidate among the aspirants vying for different position in our great party PDP and other pressing issues affecting the State Chapter,” he said.
Among those present at the meeting included a former Minister of Women Affairs, Chief Josephine Anenith who is the secretary of the Caretaker committee in the State; a former Governorship Aspirant of the Party, Dr. Alex Obiogbolo, Elders of the party in the State, Local Government chapter Chairmen, Women leaders and supporters.
Source: Daily Post
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