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Gov. Ikpeazu today address leaders of the PDP from the Wards, Local Government Areas and State Executive Council.

My dear party leaders,

There is no confusion in our party. None at all. Ekere oru eke.

I know my duty as Governor and Leader of the party. I also know the duties of everyone.

I know my responsibilities as Leader of the party which is to provide direction, but I choose to carry out that obligation working with our party leaders across board.

But as we work together, please note that “ajuala mara nma ile anya but ejigh eke ya la ukwu, odigh belt obu.

I have been holding consultations with the big leaders of our party including my immediate predecessor and I want to assure you that there are no issues at all.

Those who are expecting tables to break are already disappointed because the table is even stronger, having been fortified with iron.

Nde PDP ibem, odigh ihe nmewa nu. Ihe liile ndi igiri la ahia Ariaria bu BIA AZURU AHIA, IGA IZU, IGA IRE?

Chinweuba Anyaragbuhttps://cdanewsonline.com
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