FREE RIDE TO POWER/INDIRECT IMPOSITION BY MICRO-ZONING WILL SPELL DOOM FOR PDP!
By Mr. Israel Baiye
Free Ride To Victory Will Not Help Us: Let Every One Show His Capacity By Competing To Bring Out The Best
PDP as a party heading for greatness must not allow candidates to be shoved down the throats of its followers, they must be allowed to compete and let the people choose based on their capacity to deliver and lead the party to limelight. Most especially the two sensitive positions viz NATIONAL CHAIRMAN AND NPS.
The earlier we trace our steps and work with COMPETENCE, CAPACITY, ABILITY, and do away with IMPOSITION, FREE RIDE, in the guise of Micro-zoning, the better for our quest to capture power in 2019. If our leaders don’t rise against indirect imposition by micro-zoning, we might not get it right again.
What the PDP needs are men who are courageous, and would remain courageous to protect the party’s interest and defend democracy.
As a party it will be another replay of 2015 if we make mistake by electing wrong or incompetent leader in the two sensitive positions of NATIONAL CHAIRMAN and NATIONAL SECRETARY.
For PDP to Rise we must heed to the Warnings and Advice of our Able and remarkable leaders.
In the words of former president Goodluck Jonathan when High Chief Dokpesi visited him:
“If we make a mistake as a party and elect wrong chairman and publicity secretary, we are finished!”
The party has made it clear enough that the Chairmanship candidate has been zoned to the South as the presidential candidate to the North, which gives the room for the best of the best to emerge.
Those who have worn the shoes before and know where it pinches have spoken wisely.
Also Gov Dairus Ishaku lent his voice:
“The stands of the party is clear that chairman is to the South and presidential candidate to the North and anything shot of that is a personal decision.”
-Gov Darius Ishaku
Let us bring out the best to lead us in this battle.
*NO TO FREE RIDE
*NO TO MICRO ZONING
*YES TO COMPETITION
*YES TO CAPACITY
*YES TO COMPETITION
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