The National Vice-Chairman (South East), Mr. Ali Odefa, had warned the party’s aspirants against bribing delegates, saying they should reach out to the people.
Odefa enjoined the PDP faithful to eschew litigations at the slightest disagreement, just as he disclosed that “the party has a unique internal dispute resolution mechanism” in its constitution.
While urging immediate withdrawal of pending court cases, the erstwhile zonal publicity secretary said the party could not afford any distraction if it must clinch the governorship seat.
He assured that all complaints brought to the zonal leadership would receive amicable and dispassionate resolution.
“Anambra PDP has all it takes to win the governorship election. The aspirants are equally capable and qualified. Under my watch, we shall have a free, fair and transparent primary, where the popular candidate will emerge and receive the support of others. My mission is to produce a PDP governor in Anambra.”