Ihedioha: PDP will win the next election in Imo – TheCable

Ihedioha: PDP will win the next election in Imo – TheCable


Emeka Ihedioha, outmoded governor of Imo, says the Peoples Democratic Birthday celebration (PDP) stays the different of the folk of the convey.
Talking to journalists at the Nwankwo Kanu Sports activities Centre, venue of the occasion’s convey congress, Ihedioha expressed optimism that the PDP would receive the subsequent governorship election within the convey.
He instructed folk that left the occasion after the supreme court ordered his removal to retrace their steps, announcing the doors of PDP had been easy open to them.
“PDP will stay the occasion of the folk within the convey. We are in a position to receive the subsequent elections again and God will be on our aspect”, he stated.
“I’m actual a member of the PDP and I question all individuals to determine his or her errors, retrace their steps, because in actuality the PDP is the most attention-grabbing political occasion we have now correct and real democracy. In diverse political events, it’s either a one man business or more.”
Ihedioha expressed pride with the stage of preparedness of the congress, assuring occasion faithful that a democratic and transparent route of will consequence within the emergence of a brand fresh management for the occasion.
He charged incoming convey govt individuals of the occasion to cease centered, reminding them of the exhausting activity ahead to manual the occasion to subsequent electoral victories.
“After they emerge, I will say them to be refocused and see that Imo is a PDP Advise. They must easy know that our occasion is in actuality, a Other folks’s Democratic Birthday celebration, and we shall repeatedly continue to manual by example,” he stated.
On January 14, the supreme court sacked Ihedioha and declared Hope Uzodinma because the duly elected governor of Imo.

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