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Dickson reconciles Imo PDP warring factions

10 March 2016, 14:20

Abuja - The chairman of the Peoples  Democratic Party (PDP) Peace and Reconciliation Committee and Governor of Bayelsa State, Seriake Dickson has reconciled the feuding factions of the party in Imo State.

The governor on Wednesday held a crucial meeting with the party’s leadership cutting across the feuding factions of the party in the state at the Bayelsa State Governor’s Lodge, Asokoro in Abuja.

In a communiqué signed after several hours of deliberations, the warring factions resolved to unite and join forces to strengthen the party and ensure the victory of the party in all elections beginning with the rerun in Imo North Senatorial zone.

Also read: 2015 polls: Imo PDP elders happy with party’s performance

While promising to be loyal to the National Chairman, National Working Committee and the National Executive Committee of the party, the leaders also resolved to cooperate with the national leadership to conduct the forth coming congresses in a free and fair manner in line with the party’s constitution.

The meeting also resolved to hold an all-inclusive leadership meeting of the party in Owerri, Imo State under the Chairmanship of Governor Dickson.

The communiqué was signed by two former governors of the state, Achike Udenwa and Ikedi Ohakim, Senator Hope Uzodinma, Hon. Emeka Ihedioha, Kema Chikwe, Senator Chris Anyanwu, Senator Samuel Anyanwu, Senator Athan Achonu, Austine Akubundu and pioneer Chairman of the PDP in Imo, Innocent Nwoga.

Governor Dickson thanked the party leaders and elders for taking the path of peace in the overall interest of the party and promised to translate the good news to the party leadership.

- News 24


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