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Monday, November 27, 2017

George seeks PDP aspirants debate

Bode George Dokpesi

A leading aspirant for PDP national chairman Chief Olabode George has challenged other contestants for an open debate on their vision, agenda and motive for gunning for the party’s prime office.

He described himself as knowledgeable about the culture and practices of the party, saying whoever wanted to lead the party should not be afraid of a public debate that will showcase their grasp of the norms and traditional values of the party.
George told delegates from  Kebbi, Zamfara and Sokoto states about the need for micro zoning of the national chairmanship position, he insisted that the fundamental resolve of the founding  founders was to promote equity and balance in the distribution of the party offices.
George praised the Sultan of Sokoto Sa’ad Abubakar for his patriotism and his instinctive embrace of all Nigerians regardless of faith or tribe.
George was praised by the North West Coordinator of his campaign Organization, Alhaji Bakori, for his selfless service to the party and his consistency.
Alhaji  Bakori described George as the most experienced among the contestants.
George was at the Katsina State PDP secretariat yesterday.
Director General of the Bode George Campaign Organisation  Alhaji Aliu K. Ibrahim, described this as payback time for George having worked selflessly as the Director General of Yar’Adua/Jonathan Presidential Campaign.
George said the convention itself must reinforce all sense of fairness, civility and equitable largeness.  He enjoined  delegates to be courageous and open-minded.
George said this is the second chance for the party to redeem itself and rectify the errors of the past.
He promised to be back in Katsina state which has 110 delegates,  the largest batch in the nation because of the vivid hospitality and embrace with which he was received by the leaders and delegates.

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