Adeleke won’t exclude you in appointments, PDP assures members
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Osun State, yesterday, reassured its supporters that no segment of the party would be excluded from participation in the government to be formed by the governor-elect, Senator Ademola Adeleke.
The state’s PDP Caretaker Committee Chairman, Dr. Akindele Adekunle, in a statement, said the governor-elect would ensure that members who worked day and night to secure victory for the party are duly rewarded.
According to the party chieftain, neither the governor-elect, nor the party leadership, had shared positions and offices ahead of the change of government.
Akindele said that the recently-constituted committee had been further harmonised to harvest the views and aspirations of the party for better performance in future elections.
He said: “I want to assure our teeming party members that no appointment has been made. No decision has been taken to exclude anybody or caucus. The governor-elect is committed to rewarding all committed party members. The party is also on ground to ensure that the right thing is done before and during the ascendance of the new administration.”
He, therefore, urged party members to continue aggressive party membership drive across the local councils and further intensify their wards and units meetings, adding: “We have to continue to work to ensure that all our candidates for various positions win at the forthcoming general elections.
The chairman urged PDP members to maintain discipline at all time and pray for the success of the incoming administration.
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