The State Chairman of PDP Dr Alwell Asiforo Okere says there is no outstanding dispute among the party machineries in the state.
Dr Okere who stated this while featuring on BCA Audience Participatory Program KOTA SIGN Co-anchored by a former Commissioner for Environment, Dr Ike Onyenwaku said that as stipulated by the electoral act as amended the party adopted the use of three man-adhoc delegates in the conduct of her primaries in the state.
The State Chairman of PDP who was represented by the State Vice Chairman cum Acting State Publicity Secretary, Elder Amah Abraham said that the party through the measure elected its Gubernatorial candidate in the person of Prof. Ikonne, (24 )State House of Assembly members,(8) members of Federal House of Representatives and (3)PDP Senate flagbearers.
Dr Okere further enjoined those who lost at the PDP Primary election to shield their sword and join hands in moving the party forward while expressing confidence that the achievements of Dr Okezie Ikpeazu in the state will pave way for the overwhelming victory of the party in the next year general elections.
Correspondent Simeon Kalu reports that some caller’s on the program enjoined the aggrieved members and those who lost at the PDP Primary election to exercise patience and work hard for the victory of the party for the overall growth and progress of the party as well as the state.