2023: Bode George urges PDP to address lingering crisis to avoid losing Presidency

Bode George, a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said the party in on the brinks of collisions amidst lingering crisis in the party and if care is not taking it can cause its defeat in the 2023 presidential election. He said

The former governor of Ondo urge the party to returns to the founding fathers’ principles of unity, with equity, fairness and justice

He made this disclosure while speaking with journalists during the week in Lagos while urge the party lover not to allow sentiment and ethnicity to becloud them

He said he supports the call for Iyorchia Ayu to quit his position as the party’s National Chairman.

He made this disclosure while speaking with journalists during the week in Lagos while urge the party lover not to allow sentiment and ethnicity to becloud them

“We should not allow any sentiment – ethnicity or religion to divide us. Unfortunately, with what we are presently witnessing, our party may lose the next presidential election if we continue to disregard or fail to address the feeling and grievances of ‘alienation’ being presently experienced by the entire Southern population of this great country.

“If this issue is dismissed, we cannot expect votes from them.

“Until this party returns to the founding fathers’ principles of unity, with equity, fairness and justice being the pedestal for any political decision taken in this party, and ensuring broad-mindedness to accommodate the concerns of all zones in this country, PDP becomes vulnerable to disaster in the 2023 elections,” he said