Obaseki Is Not Leaving, We Have Captured Him So PDP Can Be United – PDP’s National Chairman, Iyocha Ayu


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Sen. Iyocha Ayu Sen. Iyocha Ayu, the National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has actually stated that Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State is never ever the party.Obasaki who defected from the All Progressives Congress (APC )to PDP throughout the height of his faceoff with Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, former Chairman of the APC, has been having concerns with some PDP leaders in Edo.At a reconciliatory rally in Benin on Thursday March 10, Ayu kept in mind that the celebration lost Edo state in 2008 since of the infighting between the camp of Late Tony Anenih and Lucky Igbinedion camps.He likewise mentioned that good outcomes will not be gotten if the leadership is divided. Ayu stated;”The party will establish a group to deal with the crisis and we will ensure that the guv does not leave. “Obaseki is not going any where, we have actually captured him and through him we are going to unite PDP.

Let nobody trick you, Obaseki is not leaving PDP. Nigerians will see how we will get all those from other parties. In 2023, we shall be back in power. “Edo individuals need to learn from my own state, Benue. You will lose the election if you combat. I am going to bring a team that

will settle the concern in Edo.”I have been working from behind, I am happy that the Deputy Governor, Shaibu said the fact that the leadership of the party in the state is not working. We are very close to solve the crisis in Edo.”Once the management is divided, you won’t get a great outcome. All our emphasis is on unity. We can not discuss taking over power in 2023 if our state management is not on excellent terms”. Obaseki on his own part, stated Edo will support the PDP to claim the presidency as it is the only party that can rescue the nation. He stated;”The only concern that can stop us is the little quarrel in Edo PDP; once you can solve the quarrel in Edo

and other

states, we will take control of power in 2023″ ToriNG