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2023: PDP Won’t Make IPOB, ESN An Enemy Like APC, Buhari Govt – Ayu




2023: Nigerians Are Not Interested In PDP Crisis - Ayu
PDP National Chairman, Iyorchia Ayu

The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Senator Iyorchia Ayu, has promised that his administration will promote unity amongst citizens even as the opposition party hopes to return to Aso Rock come 2023, Naija News reports.

Ayu who expressed confidence that PDP will win the forthcoming 2023 general elections, said the All Progressive Congress (APC) administration led by President Muhammadu Buhari had made the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) an enemy instead of treating the root cause.

The party chairman noted that political imbalance, marginalization of the South-East people, was the root cause of the agitations for secession by IPOB and the ESN.

Ayu said PDP would handle southeast issues like the late President Umaru Yar’Adua settled the Niger Delta agitation when it finally assume power in 2023.

Naija News understands that the PDP Chairman stated this in Owerri while addressing party faithful during the civic reception held to honour the National Secretary of the party, Senator Nnaemeka Samuel Anyanwu (Samdaddy) at Kanu Nwankwo Center Owerri Imo state

Ayu in his address boasted that the PDP would take over Imo State come 2023, adding the government in place today at the centre is not the government that listens.

We shall address the issue of Biafra agitation like Yar’Adua addressed Niger Delta issue when we eventually retake Aso Rock in 2023″, Ayu said.

He added: “We will not use DSS to kill your people as the APC-led administration did. PDP will win the 2023 election.”

Ayu, who assured that the PDP was ready to correct the abnormality, said what the South-East zone is passing through in Nigeria is not healthy and encouraging.

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He charged all stakeholders to join the Peoples Democratic Party to change the narrative and proffer urgent solutions to the menace ravaging the country.

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