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PDP Must Avoid Incompetent Leaders-Group

A group under the aegis of Peoples Democratic Party Volunteer Movement has blamed the party’s failure in the 2015 general elections on incompetent leadership.

The group said the party must not repeat the same mistake. National Patron, PDP Volunteers Movement Ambassador Auwal Alhassan and National Organizing Secretary of the group, Hon. Desmond Minakaro, spoke at a news conference on Wednesday in Abuja.

The movement, which is supporting the chairmanship bid of a former Ogun State Governor, Otunba Gbenga Daniel, urged members to resist people with Questionable Character.

The group said: “The problems that dragged our Party to failure during the 2015 general election was solely due to incompetent leadership. Having come this far, it is therefore, very important never to repeat such a mistake of leaving our Party in the hands of unscrupulous elements again.

“Men and Women of high proven integrity and genuine love for our Party must be identified and handed over the affairs of our great Party, if we must regain our lost glory.

“People of questionable character, who have been tested before on different capacities and found wanting, should be resisted. Its time to sanitize and make our party the envy of all.

“It may interest you to note that, the PDP Volunteers Group have X-ray all the contestant for the position of PDP National Chairman and found out that all the Contestants are good but His Excellency, Otumba Gbenga Daniel is found to be the best.

“He has been a strong supporter and lover of PDP and above all, he has the right connections with people from all over the federation to administer good leadership to PDP, haven served as Executive Governor.”

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PDP Must Avoid Incompetent Leaders-Group


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