Nwobu hopeful of vibrant leadership in Anambra PDP
Newly elected chairman of Amambra State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Ndubuisi Nwobu has given assurance of uniting all the aggrieved members and moves the party to the next level.
Nwobu who briefed members at the party secretariat, Awka during his first stakeholders meeting, said he will work hard to see that the party regained its lost glory in Anambra, adding that he is prepared to cooperate with every member for progress.
He disclosed that the executive members just in came back from Abuja, where they participated in the national congress that elected the party’s national chairman, Prince Uche Secondus and other national leaders.He said he has reached out to some party members including, Chief Ifeanyi Ubah, Ben Nwankwo among others, adding, “I will work to ensure that PDP is well rooted in Anambra. I extend my hands of fellowship to all. We in the executive are prepared to work in synergy with all, especially those that expressed dissatisfaction during the state congress to select our governorship candidate.”
He advised party members to ignore all derogatory statements or abusive words from anybody especially from the opposition arising from the governorship election, insisting that PDP will reposition to take over the state in the coming election.
Nwobu also said that PDP national leadership had adopted the delegates’ election congress report and submitted to an Appeal Committee.The new chairman who held prayers at the state secretariat before commencement of any activity, said his action was to handover his tenure to God, believing that one cannot do anything without Gods guidance.
“It has always been my style to handover to God when in leadership position. When I was elected chairman of Awka South council, I handed over to God, same without my leadership in Social Democratic Party and ACN, so it is the same with my leadership in the PDP.”He said “one cannot rule out the presence of fifth columnists, but if the leadership is focused, we will put things right. Fifth columnists are everywhere.”
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