PDP will play by the rules in guber elections, says party scribe

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Prof. Wale Oladipo, National Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) said on Monday that the party  would play by the rules in the forthcoming governorship elections in Osun and Ekiti states.

Oladipo told newsmen in Oshogbo, that the party had no reason to rig or manipulate the elections, because the decisions rest with the electorates.

“The PDP has no hidden joker, but we have ensured that the party is in a good stead to win the elections through one man, one vote.

“We have realised that it is important that true democracy starts from the party that is why we have embarked on reconciliation and fence mending after the primaries.

“We are canvassing, we are talking to people, we are not taking any party or group for granted, we are not planning to rig, it is not in our blood,’’ Oladipo said.

He said that PDP members have been told to respect the rules guiding the elections.

“The electoral guidelines are there. It has been said loud and clear to PDP members that all should respect the rules guiding the election.

“We have no joker; we have put before the people candidates that they can identify with. We are putting forward candidates that are rooted with the people.

“The party is ready for these elections, our candidates have programmes and the party has manifestoes, that is why we are not beating drums of war’’, Oladipo said.

The PDP scribe said it was bad for any political figure to issue or say inciting statements ahead of elections.

“PDP is the only party that has never changed its name, its logo and its colours, we are the truly constant democratic party’’, Oladipo said.

According to him the Vice President, Alhaji Namadi Sambo and other notable party stalwarts would be at hand to lead the campaign trains in the two states. (NAN)

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