In order to pacify irate party members, the governor of Abia state reportedly stated that he would be willing to assist the party’s board of trustees in its reconciliation journey.
He declared that the new acting BoT chairman, Adolphus Wabara, has his full backing.
The governor stated that PDP must remain motivated and fired up for the challenges in order to take back power and correct the wrongs of 2015.
He enjoined all members of the party to embrace peace, and togetherness in order to secure victory at the 2023 polls.
Governor Ikpeazu urged the new BOT chairman to rise to the occasion and implore a diplomatic approach to help resolve the internal crisis within the party.
PDP will sweep Abia – Governor Ikpeazu
He also stated that all is in place and in favour of the PDP in Abia stating that the party will have a clean swoop of the presidential, governorship, house of reps, and the senate at the forthcoming 2023 general elections.
The Governor said that the BOT members have the capacity to resolve the PDP problems and assured them that he would help them actualize peace in the party.
He stressed on the need for PDP members across the country to pursue the 2023 elections with more vigour, saying that the members must be committed to achieving victory in the forthcoming general elections.
He congratulated Senator Adolphus Wabara on his appointment as the acting BOT Chairman of the party and said that he might have been appointed to the position at this critical period because of his background and capacity to speak the right words at the right time.
He assured Senator Wabara that he would do everything within his powers to ensure he succeeds in his new assignment.
Southeast governor reveals what FG should do to Nnamdi Kanu
In another development, Governor Ikpeazu of Abia state has advised the federal government to have a dialogue with the IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu.
The governor told the central government that it cannot win a battle of conscience through the court.
Governor Ikpeazu who said he may not be Kanu’s fan reiterated that his points about the alleged marginalisation of Igbo should be looked into.