Okorie polled a total of 1,240 valid votes to defeat his only opponent Mr Silas Onu, former state publicity secretary of the party who scored 260 votes.
The post of the office of the chairman was the only position that election was conducted while other officers were elected unopposed through consensus.
Mr Ifeanyi Nworie and Mr Luke Nkwegu who emerged through consensus scored 1,502 each to win the state deputy chairman and state secretary respectively.
Sen. Ben-Collins Obi, chairman of the congress panel, who announced the results, urged the winners to be magnanimous in victory.
According to him, there is no winner and there is no loser in the contest.
Obi who gave a low down of the congress noted that a total of 1510 delegates were accredited to vote in the election.
“I wish to congratulate the elected officials, our party members, our party leaders and panel members for the successful conduct of the congress,” Obi added.
NAN further reports that the new committee was inaugurated and charged to work toward reconciling aggrieved members.
“We shall work to ensure that we build a strong PDP that will spur the party to victory in the state in 2023.
“We have internal dispute resolution mechanism which we shall apply to reconcile aggrieved members,” Okorie said.
Sen Anyim Pius Anyim, former President of the Senate and former Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF) was in attendance at the congress.
Other chieftains present included; Sen.Sam Egwu representing Ebonyi North Senatorial district, Sen. Obinna Ogba representing Ebonyi Central Senatorial district and Sen. Ama Nnachi representing Ebonyi South.(NAN)