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PDP south-south governors meet in Asaba to set agenda

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PDP south-south governors meet in Asaba

Bayelsa State Governor, Henry Seriake Dickson at the weekend joined other governors of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the South-South geo-political zone.

They assembled to fine-tune plans for the forthcoming national convention of the party to be held in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

Other governors that attended the meeting hosted by the Delta State Government in Asaba include :

– Chief Nyesom Wike of Rivers State, 

– Dr Emmanuel Udom-Akwa Ibom, and,

– Prof. Ben Ayade-Cross River State.

Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, the host governor addressed newsmen on the outcome of the meeting.

He said strategies have already been put in place to ensure a hitch-free national convention.

He stressed that the PDP family would attend the event as one united body.

He said, “We want to go as a united body to Port Harcourt because we have accepted as a party that the national convention should hold there and it stands like that. 

“Some plans have been put in place to ensure a wonderful convention.”

Okowa who also stressed that the meeting deliberated on issues bordering on the Governorship election in Edo State taking place in September this year.

He said strategies have been mapped out to strengthen the party with a view to regaining power in the state.

The Delta State Governor described the meeting as fruitful and the first of its kind in the South-South geo-political zone.

He pointed out that there is a forum comprising all the governors of the region irrespective of party affiliations where issues of collective interests are usually discussed.

Dr. Okowa also commented on the issue of insecurity allegedly perpetrated by Fulani herdsmen in the south east and south south region.

He disclosed that the governors resolved to discuss the matter with the presidency and take concrete steps to forestall further attacks.

 

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