PDP Edo North zone restates commitment to strong, indivisible party



The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Edo Senatorial Zone, has restated it’s commitment remain one strong and indivisible party.

This is contained in a communique issued by the on Sunday in Agenebode, Etsako East Local Government Area of Edo, at the end of it’s quarterly meeting.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the meeting held at the country home of High Chief Raymond Dokpesi, member of the Board of Trustee (BoT), of the party.

The communique which was signed by Mr Baba-Sheriff Idenobemhe, Assistant Secretary of the in the zone, reads in parts.

“That PDP in Edo Senatorial Zone, and the state at large, remains committed a strong and indivisible party.

“That all hands must be on deck work towards a successful national convention coming up in Abuja in a few weeks.

“That the purported suspension of the National Vice Chairman Chief Dan Orbih, the State Secretary Chief Hillary Otsu, the Senatorial Chairman Hon. Segun Saiki and five from the zone is illegal, unconstitutional and is condemned in its entirety.

“That the tenets and constitution of the PDP shall be upheld at all times in all activities, especially with regards the illegal meetings being held in some constituencies claiming to “harmonise” LGA and Excos”.

The also noted that Orbih was not involved in the negotiations that brought Gov. Godwin into the party.

It added that if he was the process would have been better managed and the current imbroglio would have been averted.

It however noted that the perpetrators of the illegal suspension would be identified and disciplinary measures would be imposed on them.

The communique also passed a of confidence on Orbih, the National Vice Chairman South South, State Secretary of the party, Chief Hillary Otsu, Senatorial Chairman, Mr Segun Saiki.

A of confidence was also passed on  Mr Kayode Ogunnubi, Local Government Area in Akoko Edo, his counterparts in  Etsako Central, Mr Kassim Abdulkarim,  Etsako East, Mr Vincent Ekpemoriri, that of Etsako West, Mr Vatsa Abdulkarim, and that of Owan West, Mr David Aigbodioh.

The NAN reports that the meeting was attended by the National Vice Chairman, Chief Dan Orbih, the Edo Member of BoT, Chief Raymond Dokpesi, State Working Committee members from the zone, Chief Hillary Otsu, State Secretary, and State Auditor Dr Wilson Imongan.

Also present at the meeting were all the LGA and from the zone, as well as 2 leaders representing each ward. (NAN)