PDP sets up Bayelsa governorship primary reconciliation committee

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Bayelsa State has constituted a nine-member committee to reconcile aggrieved members of the party.

According to the chairman of the party, Mr. Cleopas Moses, said in a statement that the reconciliation panel is coming on the heels of the recent primary election where Senator Douye Diri emerged as the candidate of the party for the November 16, 2019 governorship election in the state.

Moses noted that there was a need to carry all members of the party along and ensure its unity ahead of the governorship election.

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According to him, the committee will be chaired by Senator Inatimi Rufus-Spiff with a former Secretary to the State Government, Chief Gideon Ekeuwei, as secretary.

Other members are Senator Emmanuel Diffa, Chief Bright Erewari-Igbeta, Hon. Darius Obiene, Chief George Okirien, Chief Israel Igbori, Hon. Solomon Agwanagha and Millionaire Asangba.

The party chairman further urged members to remain steadfast and not listen to the propaganda and blackmail being spread by the opposition in the state.

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