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Ochor congratulates Okowa, PDP for a successful convention

By Unue Emeka,


The Executive Director Social Services Development, Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission, DESOPADEC, Hon Christopher Ochor Ochor has congratulated PDP for a successful national convention, after years of crisis that rocked the party.

Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, and other PDP leaders during PDP Convention at Abuja

Congratulating the party and the chairman of the convention planning committee, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, Ochor said that with the successful convention, the party is back on track, and ready to play the role on an opposition party.

“I congratulate the PDP family; I also congratulate our Governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa and his team, for organising a very transparent convention.” He said.

He noted that crisis that rocked be party before was painful, leading to various legal tussles, stressing that the judiciary however, lived up the expectation as the last hope of a common man by giving a judgement that paved way for the December 9, 2019 national convention of the party.

Hon Ochor called on the various contestants who lost at the election, to move ahead and join hand with the newly elected leaders of the party to reposition the party to win election in the future, as he pointed out that the 2019 election process has started with the successful convention.

“Let those who lost in the various election congratulates the winners, and join hand with the newly elected National Leadership of the party, and prepare her to winning election in the future.”

“I also have to remind the members of the party that the 2019 election process had started with this successful convention, so we have to look forward to winning the elections, and nothing else.”

The National Convention saw the election of Prince Uche Secondus , who pulled an overwhelming 2,000 votes to beat his close rival, Prof Tunde Adeniran who got 230 votes while media tycoon and owner of African Independent Television, Chief Raymond Dokpesi who pulled 66 votes.

 

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