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Don’t allow PDP go into dustbin of history, Bode George to party elders



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Chief Bode George, the ex-deputy National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), begged some selected party leaders to let go of their differences and come together to save the party from extinction.

George said this in Lagos State yesterday during a reconciliatory meeting of the party’s elders and stakeholders.

This was the first reconciliation meeting the former deputy chairman would attend after the party’s abysmal performance in the 2023 Lagos State governorship election.

The party’s governorship candidate in the last election, Dr Abdul-Azeez Adediran, was absent, while the Chairman of the party, Phillip Aivoji, was present.

“The honest question we should be asking ourselves today is: ‘Where did we get it wrong?’

“As a life member of the Board of Trustees (BoT), the Upper Chamber and the conscience of our party, my appeal today is to all members, young and old, from the North to the South, that we have another golden opportunity, before the next election in 2027, to bury our differences and put on our thinking caps.

“We should do everything humanly possible to ensure PDP does not go into the dustbin of history in 2027. God forbid this should happen to our party,” he said.

“Reconciliation is the cornerstone upon which we can build a stronger and more cohesive party. It involves forgiveness, understanding and a willingness to move forward together. Let us embrace reconciliation as a foundation for rebuilding trust and solidarity within our party,” Aivoji said.


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