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PDP Crisis: Why Bode George Insists Ayu Must Resign

The previous Deputy National Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Bode George has uncovered why he demanded that the National Chairman of the party, Dr Iyorchia Ayu should leave in the intensity up to the 2023 general political race.

Bode George who expressed this on Tuesday while talking in a meeting with Dailytrust live said that Ayu needs to leave for harmony to reign in the party while moving him to allow his statement to be his bond.

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The tribal leader noticed that the National Chairman had vowed to empty his seat in the event that the party delivered an official up-and-comer from the North in front of the 2023 general races.
George, in any case, approached the administration of the party, saying PDP should make the best decision assuming it is keen on winning the 2023 official political race.

As per him, the South isn’t keen on the place of the Director-General of the Presidential Campaign Council, saying in light of a legitimate concern for value, reasonableness, and equity, the public executive ought to clear his seat for a Southerner.

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Denouncing the background of the emergency that is seething in the party, he said, “I have no expression of remorse for what I am talking about since, supposing that the converse is the situation where you have every one of the situations in the South, will the North be blissful?

“Thus, what is great for the goose is great for the gander. The party director came out yesterday (Monday) and said he was allowed a four-year term and that he was not all set.

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“Regardless of whether he was chosen today as director and the circumstance in the nation changes, the interest of the party ought to be higher and be regarded than the singular interest. The party is definitely not a privately owned business. It is claimed by all individuals.

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