'Nigeria Has Lost A Patriot' – PDP Mourns Raymond Dokpesi

2023: Dokpesi Reveals Reason PDP Must Appoint Northern Candidate For Presidency

by AnaedoOnline

Chief Raymond Dokpesi, Daar Communications Founder, has said that the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP should field a Northern Presidential candidate in order to win the 2023 presidential elections.

Dokpesi, in a recent interview, disclosed that the PDP was the ruling party for 16 years before President Muhammadu Buhari of the APC defeated former President Goodluck Jonathan in the 2015 presidential election.

He said that based on the tenure of office of those elected presidents on the platform of the PDP since 1999, the north has an “imbalance of 11 years”.

“We are all Nige­rians and there is no need for us to keep deceiving ourselves at this point in time. At the age of 70 and with my experience in or­ganising campaigns in this country, I can tell you that unless there is a candidate from the north, in my own considered opinion, the PDP will not stand a chance of winning the election,”

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“On the ambition of those from the south who are today asking for the presidency to be zoned to the south, I can say that they are only echoing what prevails in the APC. In APC, President Muhammadu Buhari has done eight years, so it is imperative for APC to cede the presidency to the south,” he said.

“In the case of PDP, let us look at it honestly. Former President Olusegun Obasanjo from the south-west did eight years; Goodluck Jonathan from the south-south also did six years. That made a total of 14 years.”

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“On the other hand, Uma­ru Yar’Adua from the north did three years, so there is an imbalance of 11 years. If in 2019, former Vice President Atiku Abubakar had not been rigged out of that election, he would have come back in 2023 to say that he wants to do a second term. And would anybody have stood in his way? No!


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