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JUST IN: Iyorchia Ayu Must Resign – Governor Makinde Insists

The governor of Oyo State, Seyi Makinde, has called for the resignation of the Peoples Democratic Party’s National Chairman, Senator Iyorchia Ayu, in order for the people of the South to feel a sense of belonging in the party.

Makinde made this call during a meeting of South-West PDP stakeholders with the party’s presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar.

The Oyo State Governor, along with Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, has been battling the PDP over the party’s national chairmanship position and the presidential candidate, both of whom are from the North.

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In his welcome address, he did, however, refer to Atiku as “the incoming President of Nigeria in 2023.”


Makinde’s description of Atiku drew a round of applause from PDP stakeholders in attendance of the meeting.

He said, “The truth is that we do not have any issue either with our party or our candidate. If there are challenges they must be tabled.

“We are supposed to give hope to our people, we want them to listen to us.

Our party wants to rescue Nigeria and our candidate is a unifier.

“Eight years of APC has left us sharply divided. The issue is we must practice what we preach. If we want to unify Nigeria, we must unify PDP first.

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“If we want to restructure Nigeria, we must have the willingness to bring inclusivity to PDP. Do we have the capacity? The answer is resounding yes.


“The message from South West PDP is the South-West is asking that NWC of PDP should be restructured.

We are asking the National Chairman to step down so that the South will full included. That is the message.”



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