President Goodluck Jonathan, PDP National Chairman Adamu Mu'azu and Elder Edwin Clark should intervene fast in the latest Uduaghan's plans to short change aspirants for his candidate who is unpopular in Delta Politics.
Governorship Aspirants under PDP in Delta State: Godsday Orubebe, Godwill Obielum, Tony Obuh, Peter Okocha, Ndudi Elumelu, Emmanuel Aguariavwodo, Ovie Omo-Agege, Andrew Warri, Ndidi Abanum, Oghenovo Omene, Ngozi Olejeme, Akwara Ewere, Silvester Monye, Uduehi Esther, Ifeanyi Okowa among others.
Have strongly advised Uduaghan to desist from imposing any opportunists on the ruling party.
Rising from a meeting in Asaba, the aspirants said they forbade any imposition, stating that PDP members in the state must be allowed their rights of choice.
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“Ward congress did not hold throughout the state on Saturday. The governor called a meeting of all aspirants and announced his proposal to distribute delegate positions among them,” spokesperson of the group, Dr Tuoyo Unokesan, said.
“We do not agree to the governor’s proposal. The process of producing candidates for the party in 2015 general elections must be transparent. Governor Uduaghan must follow the rules” the aspirants said. Alleging that Governor Uduaghan wants majority of the delegates to be his loyalists, the aspirants added "it therefore it is our demand that the congress must be held in the 25 local government areas of the State." We need to act fast to avoid giving the opposition the opportunity to gain grounds. A stitch in time saves nine.
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