Ado Ekiti - An aspirant for the national chairmanship of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Raymond Dokpesi has vowed not to step down for a fellow contestant and the party’s former Deputy National Chairman (South), Olabode George, reports Sun
Dokpesi denied speculations that he has agreed to step down for George in the interest of the party.
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Dokpesi made the clarification when he took his campaign for the party’s top post to Ado-Ekiti, the Ekiti State capital over the weekend.
Ekiti according to the Nation is the 17th state in the South to be visited by Dokpesi since the race for the PDP national chairmanship started ahead of the party’s national convention slated for Port Harcourt on August 17.
He said his aspiration to lead the PDP and revamp the party is much stronger for him to consider stepping down for George
Dokpesi described himself as a leader, a transformer and a bridge-builder, who will promote, protect and project the PDP by bringing freshness into the party
- News 24