PDP Governors Discussed On NWC Offices – GCFRNG

PDP Governors Discussed On NWC Offices – GCFRNG

Ahead of tomorrow’s National Executive Committee, NEC, meeting, governors elected on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP will meet today in Abuja to discuss a range of issues, most notably in the Organizing Committee. operating nationally, NWC offices across six regions. -Political rejection.

Vanguard gathered that the governors under the auspices of the PDP governors wanted the new staff to take over the party as soon as possible.

One of the organizers told Vanguard only that the governors were “ready to send a message to Prince Uche Secondus when his time is up,” due to the way the president was struggling to put the party inside. chaos.

The source added that the governors, Board of Trustees, BoT, NEC and national caucus have been successful in paving the way for the PDP.

“They (the governors) know that the suspended president wants to test his god at the convention because the president is still in the south. Fortunately that could fall, the governors want the current NWC members to leave and make their announcements. This is why the national chairman, Okenye Yomi Akinwonmi, said two weeks ago that he was ready to return to his farm.

“If Secondus is determined to win, he will lose the convention. There is no opportunity, ”he said.

Going forward, the gentleman said Secondus “is being pushed by a former governor from North-Central who tells him that he has more supporters now than ever before. They want him to accept his signature and stop but they will not stop him from trying his god. “

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Meanwhile, there are indications that Senator Mark’s committee is close to making peace between Governor Nyesom Wike and Uche Secondus. However, Wike is not happy about how his political party did in the past few weeks, Vanguard has learned that he is ready to expand the olive branch if Secondus refuses to seek re-election.

However, this is not in line with the fact that some governors insist that even though they are not on Secondus’ side, stopping him from running, is illegal.

Vanguard gathered that the suspended president has told his close associates that no one can stop him from exercising his powers if he wants to.

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