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Imo Guber: Concerns As PDP Postpones Campaign Flag-off

The opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has surprisingly come out to announce the postponement of its formal campaign flag-off for the November 11, 2023 governorship election in Imo State, earlier scheduled for Thursday, September 7, 2023 (Tomorrow). 

Also, the Kogi State chapter of the party has announced the management team of its state campaign council.

The postponement was made due to a national development that required the full participation of the party, including crucial stakeholders from Imo State, according to a statement by the party’s national publicity secretary, Debo Ologinagba.

While regretting any inconveniences the postponement may have brought about, the PDP urged all leaders, significant stakeholders, and PDP members, particularly in Imo State, to continue supporting the Imo people’s efforts to rescue and restore safety to their state with Senator Samuel Anyanwu, the PDP candidate, at the helm.

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Noting that a new date for the formal campaign flag-off would be communicated by the party leadership in due course, the PDP saluted the Imo people for their unrelenting patriotism, courage, commitment and dedication in support of our candidate and Party ahead of victory on November 11, 2023.

Meanwhile, the party has announced names of the party’s management committee for the PDP in Kogi State.

According to a statement by the chairman of the party in the state, Senator Philip Aduda, the council, which is chaired by a former governor of the state, Alhaji Ibrahim Idris, also has Inuwa Iyodo as the Director-General.

The other positions and the respective holders are Hon Abdulrahman Badamasuiy, Deputy Director General (Communications); Hon Umar Ahmed Imam, Deputy Director General (Administration and Finance); Dr Gideon Ojata, Deputy Director General (Strategy); Hon Musa Ahmadu, Special Adviser (Administration and Finance); Chief John Odawn, Special Adviser ( Contact and Mobilisation); and Hon Moses Ado Okino, Special Adviser (Strategy).

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