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Sen. Samuel Anyanwu who is the Gubernatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)’s in Imo State, has declared that his party will take control of Douglas House by the end of the November 2023 governorship election.
Anyanwu, who also doubles as the Party’s National Secretary, made this statement on Thursday at his campaign office in Owerri during a reconciliatory meeting with all 305 Ward Chairmen, 27 local government area chairmen, 27 LGA Women Leaders, and three Zonal Women Leaders of the Party.
‘Those who have left the party are free to go,’ he said at the meeting. ‘Those of you who have decided to remain in the party, when we win. You will be happy at the end of the day’.
‘I want to thank the reconciliatory committee for the work they have done so far. We are going to take Douglas House. Every support group will work hand in hand with the party, and there won’t be any segregation or discrimination.’
‘There is no way PDP will lose the elections in November’.
The political leader also disclosed that the party will go on a ‘Thank-you’ tour to thank all party supporters for their ongoing support over the years.
Among those present at the meeting were Deputy Governorship Candidate Dr. Jones Onyereri, Evang. Mike Ikoku, Chief Mike Ahumibe, Hon. Henry Onwukwe, and Chief Bonny Ebili, among others.
Recall that Anyawu had earlier in the week extended his congratulations to the PDP federal and state lawmakers in Imo State on their successful inauguration.
He pointed out that this momentous occasion marks a significant step forward in strengthening democratic governance and representation in our beloved state.
Anyanwu hailed the ‘resilience and dedication of the elected lawmakers who have taken the oath of office, vowing to serve the people of Imo State with integrity, transparency, and utmost commitment.’
He acknowledged the importance of their presence in the hallowed chambers of power, where they will advocate for the interests of their constituents and work towards the advancement of our state.