By Ochuko Akuopha
OLEH—MINORITY Leader of the House of Representatives, Mr. Leo Ogor, has charged members of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Isoko federal constituency to put aside their differences and work as a united body to attract more development to the Isoko nation.
Giving the charge when he played host to members of the party at an Easter celebration meeting at his Ozoro country home, lsoko North Local Government Area, Delta State, Ogor stressed the need for party faithful to continue to work towards achieving the collective dreams of the party.
Ogor said: “Recall that I was away on medical vacation. While I was away, you held the fort and I want to thank you all for your prayers, support and solidarity in keeping the party strong in my absence.
“During my absence, there were some disagreements and discontentment in the party. I appeal to you all to put aside your grievances and unite the party as it is only a strong virile political party connected to the grassroots with people-oriented programmes that can win elections.”