I’M On A Mission To Revive PDP Lost Glory- Gbenga Daniel
Former governor of Ogun State, Otunba Gbenga Daniel said if elected as chairman of the Peoples Democratic party, PDP, in the December 5 convention, he will turn the fortune of the party around.
The former governor who is one of the leading aspirant for the PDP chairmanship position made this known in Lokoja on wednesday at the Kogi State PDP Secretariat in during his campaign visit to the State.
He also tasked the state party to ensure that the flush the APC out of Lugars House in 2019; said the ruling party internal schuffle especially between the Governor and Senator Dino Melaiye has become an embarrassment to the country.
He said, “I have a vision to transform and revive the lost glory of the party (PDP)
“Power has finally returned to the people at grass roots and things will start taking shape and we are determined to reposition the party at both national, state and Local government levels.
“What used to happen was that you work for the party, only to hear on radio and Television that Mr A, B and C have been appointed by the President without making any input. Under my leadership, things will be done differently.
“The era of impunity had gone for good. The wishes and aspirations of the general party members would remained paramount.”
About Kogi State, the national chairmanship aspirant tasked members of the party to worked hard and wrestle power from the All Progressive Congress (APC) and return back to Lugard House in 2019.
According to him, “Kogi was a PDP state. Some manipulation happened during the last election in 2015 governorship election which gave APC the victory.
“Before, Kogi used to be very peaceful but the story line had now changed. If it is not the senator beating the governor, the governor will be beating the senator.
“This is very pathetic. The people of the state are tired of this arrangement. I therefore urge you to go and work hard to return to Lugard House”