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2023: PDP rules out imposition of candidates

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Sony Neme Asaba
Following compliments of an imminent implosion on alleged rumours of imposition, members of the Peoples Democratic Party in Delta State have been assured of a level playing ground for all aspirants in the 2023 general election.
The State Commissioner for Information, Mr. Charles Aniagwu disclosed this at a news conference in Asaba as part of the resolutions reached at the stakeholders meeting during the week in Asaba.
Aniagwu disclosed that Governor Ifeanyi Okowa and the State Party Chairman, Olorogun Kingsley Esiso urged contestants to continue to ensure they play by the rules and avoid acts tantamount to undermining the existing peace in the state. .According to Mr.  Aniagwu, “Governor Ifeanyi Okowa and the State party Chairman, Olorogun Kingsley Esiso urged contestants to play by the rules and be fair in their campaigns and to respect the fact that we have a peaceful state.
“The political class, and our brothers and sisters have given us the privilege of serving them,  do deserve the sustainance of this peace,” he said.
He further explained “The meeting urged all persons participating in the ongoing electioneering process to as a matter of duty, responsibility and respect for the electorate ensure that they do not engage in actions that are capable of undermining the peace that we enjoy today in the state.
“The governor and chairman of the party also assured that there will be a level playing field for all aspirants. As a government in Delta we will not engage in acts that will not inspire confidence on the part of our people.
“Everybody contesting will be given level playing field and nobody will be witch-hunted, nobody will be imposed on anybody in all the elective positions. They have assured that they will not be party to the imposition of any candidate,”  said Aniagwu

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