Dozens of party delegates also stormed Sam Mbakwe International Airport in solidarity with Ogochener ahead of this weekend’s party primaries.
The House aspirant paid money in his honor and donated other items worth over N40 million to 27 suites at Ideato North and South during the reception.
Items included laptops, printers, phones, and 5,000 PDP membership cards. He said the articles were part of his contribution to rebuilding the party in the constituency.
Addressing the crowd, Oguşener urged the stakeholders of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), especially the party delegates in the upcoming party primaries in North and South Idiato, to be vigilant and resist any attempt by anti-democratic elements to hijack this weekend’s exercise.
He called his alleged disqualification from the race another joke that was passed, adding that any attempt again by anyone, no matter how high, to rig or seize this weekend’s party primaries would be met with a red eye. supporters.
Oguchinery, during his official reception at St. John’s Anglican Church, Osena told his very ardent supporters, especially the delegates, to fight back and deal with anyone who might steal the results sheets, run away or mess again in the upcoming primaries.
According to him, “The PDP doesn’t have a single person, so don’t let anyone intimidate you at the party you worked at. There will be no more name dropping and those who are still roaming Abuja stealing and falsifying results will not be back on their way.. ”
However, he commended the bold steps taken by Senator PDP . national president Urcia Ayo Correcting the error committed by some non-democratic elements in the state.
He assured the party leadership and supporters that he is well prepared to lead the party to victory in the general elections if the party flag bearer is elected this weekend.
He attributed the continuing security challenge in the southeast to the feeling of marginalization by the population and urged the president Muhammadu Buhari To adopt the political option and enter into a dialogue with the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) and leaders of the southeast to find a lasting solution to the security problem plaguing the region, just as the Federal Government has done with the Niger Delta militants and Boko Haram terrorists.
Oguşener congratulates Prof. Chukuma SoludoThe Wali of Anambra State, for having the courage to visit the imprisoned IPOB leader, Mazi Namdi Kanoo in custody and instructed the other rulers of the Southeast to emulate his example.
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