Kalu urges PDP to Unite Ahead of 2023, Guber Elections in Edo, Ondo and Anambra States
A Chieftain of People’s Democratic Party(PDP), Dr Emeka Kalu has urged members of the People’s Democratic Party(PDP) to unite and embrace the ongoing repositioning of the party by the National Working Committee(NWC) of the party and help it regain its lost glory.
Kalu made the call in a statement signed by him.
He said that a united PDP would positon the party to reclaim power from the APC.
According to him, the unity and wellness of the party would enable her defeat the ruling APC in any election especially the upcoming gubernatorial elections in Edo, Ondo and Anambra states.
The PDP Chieftain further urged the NWC of the PDP to conduct a free and fair primaries in states where gubernatorial elections are holding.
He further urged the NWC to look into the crisis rocking the party in Cross River, Ogun, Ekiti, Kaduna and Kano state where there are factions.
According to him, a free and fair primaries would unite party members, thereby boosting the chances of the party’s victories in these states.
“Some of us are loyal to the party to the core. We are ready to mobilise, canvass and campaign effectively for the PDP in the upcoming gubernatorial elections in Edo, Ondo and Anambra states; but, the NWC should ensure a transparent primaries to enable peace reign in these states”
“NWC should equally look at the states where we have factions and resolve them for the overall success of the party ahead of 2023”
According to the Director General of Atikulated Agenda 2019, If the NWC ensures a free and fair primaries, it’ll attract experienced party men and women who shall bring their wealth of experience, ingenuity and initiative to enable the party win these states.
“Free and fair primaries attracts unity and it is capable of uniting all interests and assist the party win elections in the states where we have governorship elections.
He further urged the party to be proactive in her quest to reclaim power back from the APC by 2023.
“2023 is fast approaching and, as the largest party in Africa, we cannot afford to take chances at this time. We must unite and act fast.”