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“No one is leaving PDP; where Ibori says we should go, is where we will go,” says Uduaghan


——By Shedrack Onitsha————-

The immediate past Governor of Delta State, Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan has stated that against rumours going around, no one is leaving PDP in the state, adding that where their leader, Chief James Ibori tells them to go, is where they will go.

Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan, Speaking at the PDP Delta South Stakeholders meeting at Warri

Uduaghan stated this weekend in Warri during the stakeholders’ meeting of the PDP Delta South Senatorial District at his home, warned party faithfuls against rumour mongering saying the party will not patronize blackmailers.

He noted that the party is stronger in the state despite the challenges at the national level while assuring that all the leaders of the party are united and that no one is leaving the party.

According to Uduaghan; “we will not patronize blackmailers, nobody is leaving PDP, where Ibori our leader says that we should go, that is where shall go.

He commended Governor Ifeanyi Okowa for the laudable projects he has executed despite taking over government at a difficult time.

He also Senator James Manger on his leadership role that ensured that the Maritime University got the federal government backing through the needed legal framework for its take off, noting that where the university is cited is immaterial because it will serve the entire Delta State and Nigeria.

The Chairman of the party in Delta South, Chief Emman Agbaduba appreciated party leaders and stakeholders for their support for the party, and urged them not to relent in their commitment to the party ahead of 2019.

The meeting was attended by party leaders and top government functionaries including, National Vice Chairman, South South, Elder Emmanuel Ogidi, State Chairman of the party, Barr. Kingsley Esiso, Senator James Manager, Minority Leader of the House of Representatives, Rt Hon Leo Ogor, Hon Daniel Reyenieju, members of the Delta State House of Assembly and, Council Chairmen.

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