Anambra polls: PDP’ll reconcile aggrieved persons to ensure victory for Ozigbo – Odefa


The Deputy National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP in the South East, Mr Ali Odefa has assured that the PDP would stop at nothing to win the November 6 election in the state.
Odefa who spoke to THE RAZOR NEWS shortly after the announcement of Ozigbo’s victory at the primary election of the party in Awka said the party will return to the drawing board now and re-strategize for the coming election.
Ozigbo in the election conducted on Saturday by the Deputy Governor of Edo State, Mr Philip Shaibu had scored 62 votes to beat his closest rivals; Dr Obiora Okonkwo and Senator Uche Ekwunife who scored 58 and 44 votes respectively.
There had also been another primary election by a faction of the party led by Chukwudi Umeaba, where Sen. Ugochukwu Uba was elected as the candidate.
Odefa while speaking to our correspondent said with the conclusion of the exercise and the election of Ozigbo as the candidate, the party will embark on a fence mending mission to ensure that all aggrieved members dropped their grievances and supported Ozigbo in the November 6 election.
He said, “The election was largely free and fair, and as you can see, a winner has emerged. We will now go back to the drawing board to re-strategize and ensure that we win the election.
“Part of what we will do is to mend fences with all aggrieved persons. We will visit all our members and broker peace between everybody, because we need to go into the coming election as one family. I assure you that PDP will take over Anambra State.”

By Ifeizu Joe

Ifeizu is a seasoned journalist and Managing Editor of TheRazor. He has wide knowledge of Anambra State and has reported the state objectively for over a decade.

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