OFEME MANDATE FORUM SENDS A STERN WARNING TO PDP ABIA STATE CHAPTER

OFEME MANDATE FORUM SENDS A STERN WARNING TO PDP ABIA STATE CHAPTER

Ofeme mandate forum has warned the people’s democratic party in the abia state, PDP, that excluding their son name on the ballot in the just concluded primary to elect the party’s House of Assembly flag bearer for the 2023 election will be a recipe for trouble.

Leaders of the various blocks from Ofeme, stared this today in their stakeholders meeting noting that High Chief Raymond Onyinyechi Ofoegbu won the contest for the party, ‘s House of Assembly ticket for the 2023 election, said there is a conspiracy against Ofeme, accusing hon Emeka Ejiogu, Prince Ben Okezie and other gladiators and some elite of gang-up

conspiracy against Ofeme, accusing this individuals and some elite of gang-up.

Describing their son as a leading aspirant that would win overwhelmingly if the name appears in the ballot box.
This stakeholders said the only thing that could make them vote for PDP come 2023 is only if justice is done to their son.

In a release made available to our correspondent after meeting with the village heads and chairmen, t
The leaders said that the PDP will retain power in Ohuhu if only it plays by the rules.

“PDP will win overwhelmingly if the process of electing it’s candidates for various positions is credible,” he enthused.

Ofeme mandate forum said that the PDP in the state did not consult their mentor His Excellency Amb Empire Kanu when they took the decision of appointing Ezeocha as their flagbeaer and that the decision was not bidding on them.

They reiterated their stand on practicing true democracy, saying that it gives room for the emergence of a competent person to pilot the affairs of the party.

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