Anambra guber: PDP leaders meet with aspirants, stakeholders

By AdvocateNews on 22/06/2021

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Ahead of the June 26 Anambra state governorship primaries, leaders of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Monday met with aspirants and stakeholders in Abuja in a bid to find a common ground to confront the ruling party in the state.

The meeting which had in attendance, Prince Uche Secondus, the national chairman of the party; Col. Austin Akobundu (retd); Senator Walid Jibrin, chairman, Board of Trustees of the party; Dr. Bukola Saraki, former Senate President amongst others, saw all 16 aspirants present at the Wadata Plaza, national secretariat of the party.

Addressing newsmen at the meeting, Secondus noted that the gathering became necessary in view of the tension the primary election is already eliciting, adding that the end of the meeting, the aspirants would be more united than before.

He said: “We had to call this meeting for us to interact and interface. And as usual, each time we have off-season elections, they are always very stormy, very tough. But when it is tough, we will get going.

“We are here basically for us to make sure first and foremost that all our leaders and all our aspirants are in unity. It is very important for this trying period and you know the period, we are in.

“The country is passing through very difficult and trying period, particularly that of insecurity around the country. Everywhere is a war front. But in the East, we know what it is.

Posted 22/06/2021 05:22:04 AM

 

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