Bode George Opens Up On Problems In PDP

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  • Bode George Opens Up On Problems In PDP

EKO HOT BLOG reports that a former Deputy National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Bode George and one-time military governor of Ondo State has dismissed reports of crisis in his party.

Speaking during in an interview with Vanguard, published on Saturday, George applauded the party’s foundational leaders for ‘often managing their crisis intelligently’.

“People think there is a problem in the PDP, we don’t have a problem in the PDP. The problems we have in the PDP are not subversive as what they are doing in the All Progressives Congress, APC today,” George said.

“APC is a contraption and it is a congregation of strange bedfellows but in our party, we have a culture and norm but that does not mean we do not have problems.

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“When we have problems, the ability to manage the crisis we have will be the measure and the conviction for Nigerians to say these people are serious.

“Look at the APC, who say they want to hold their convention in February but now they are no longer sure.

“No political party or organization will exist without little problems but we will resolve our problems when we meet because some of those who were foundation leaders of the PDP is still alive.

“They knew where they were going and what is going on. The only problem that we had is that most of the issues were not written down, they were oral history.

“So this is why we must put pen to paper and write the things down so that in future, nobody will start interpreting it to suit their purpose and pocket. It is going to be a written law that will safeguard the PDP for the future.”

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