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Takeme meets Orubebe, advocates for unity of PDP

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Chief Julius Takeme in handshake with  Elder Godsday Orubebe and other PDP stakeholders

* Says beauty f democracy is Political party

 

By Timi Bougha, Burutu

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In continuation of the consultation and familiarisation tour by the Chairman of People’s Democratic Party, PDP, Delta South since taken up the reins of party leadership, Chief Julius Takeme has called on critical stakeholders and leaders of the party for unit.

Chief Julius Takeme has noted that, the breathing ground for Democracy is political parties and as such defending the party, PDP to maintaining it’s dominance in Delta South is sacrosanct.

Chief Julius Takeme has opined that, political party is a group of people with same ideology. ”In this wise, we have recorded success as a party and as such we must not rock the boat but maintain the success recorded overtime in the senatorial district.

 

“There is one thing as success and another as to maintaining the success, with this common understanding and binding ideology, rocking the boat of the party is not the best option for critical stakeholders and leaders who from the scratch has built the party to prominence but to defend the party, the home of PDP with everything possible so as to ensure its dominance in the senatorial district”. He said.

The Chairman of the Party in Delta South, Chief Julius Takeme stated this during the weekend when he led team of Delta South, PDP, on a consultative meeting with a former Minister of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Elder Godsday Orubebe CON in his county home, Ogbogbagbene in Burutu Local government Area of the State.

Chief Julius Takeme described the former Minister, Elder Orubebe as a prominent and veritable National leader of the party from the senatorial district, entreats him to always as afore support and defend the party in it’s programmes and renewed approach to reestablishing the credentials of the party, PDP, dominance and winning culture in the senatorial district.

“The beauty of Democracy is political party, the binding common ideology of critical stakeholders and leaders are the requisite for the formation of the party in the senatorial district. Upon which, I have occasioned moments as this premise to consult and familiarise with critical stakeholders and leaders upon the mandate of been saddled with the administration of the affairs of the party in Delta South. The place of critical stakeholders and leaders in party politics can not be overemphasized”. He said.

 

In his remark, the former Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Elder Godsday Orubebe lauded Chief Takeme for the initiative to rejig the party, urged him to be steadfast and committed to his drive in repositioning the party for a more stronger and united PDP family in Delta South senatorial district.

 

Hon. (Prince) Austin Edumogiren and Chief Franklyn Edoukumor who in their remarks has congratulated Chief Julius Takeme on his emergence as Delta South PDP Chairman applauded the leadership style displayed so far and promised him their total support to further strengthen the PDP in the Senatorial District.

The Chairman, Delta South PDP, Chief Julius Takeme in his response poured encomium on the former Minister, Elder Orubebe for his prominence and prompt support for the party to remain always strong and united in Delta South. While acknowledging leaders for their supports, Chief Takeme noted that, his  team, is doing everything possible to comb and to check any misgiving of the party and as such sues for patience stressing that, all shall be well.

 

He commended Governor Okowa for the ongoing road project has urged Deltans to keep faith in the Okowa led administration and charge them to always pray for Governor Okowa to finish strong noting that, with the ongoing Tuomo – Torugbene oad and other such numerous laudable, people oriented and economic viable projects ongoing in different parts of the State, a stronger and better Delta State is not a mirage.

 

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