PDP candidate in Lagos to reconcile with aggrieved party members


PDP candidate in Lagos to reconcile with aggrieved party members 

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) House of Representatives candidate, Honourable Francis Bartholomew, for Ajeromi Ifelodun constituency of Lagos State has called on aggrieved members of the party to embrace peace.

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Honourable Francis aka OmoBarca who made this known recently while receiving his certificate of return said part of of his reconciliatory efforts will be hinged on ensuring that PDP emerges victorious in the forthcoming 2023 election.

OmoBarca who is still battling court cases within and outside the party is appealing to members of the party including a former lawmaker in the constituency, Hon. Rita Orji and other aspirants; Hon. Diriwari Oladipupo Wilson and Hon. Emilia Ezeude as well as other aggrieved party chieftains to bury the hatchet and embrace peace for the growth of the electorates in Ajeromi Ifelodun.

He has also promised to work with Hon. Orji following her press release urging PDP members to shun invitation to the reconciliatory and peace meeting to hold on Saturday, August 6, 2022 at the party’s secretariat.

The statement read: “OmoBarca the candidate of the party in Ajeromi Ifelodun Federal Constituency for House of Representatives has in recent days reached out to the Local Government Area (LGA) Chairman, Apostle Matthew Abogunde, and notable party leaders including Are Tajudeen Balogun the PDP LGA chairmanship Candidate for the local council election in 2021 in his quest to foster peace and reconciliation for all aggrieved members.

“Most recently the PDP leaders and LGA Excos in their quest to promote peace, unity and progress for the party in the LGA has deemed it fit to organize a PDP Ajeromi Ifelodun LGA General Assembly for all party members to hold tomorrow at the LGA party secretariat at Ligali bustop Ojo road Ajegunle Lagos. This is aimed at positioning to the party for victory in the forthcoming general elections in 2023.”


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