Don’t leave PDP Obule begs Uduaghan
By Wilson Macaulay
Comrade Francis Obule the Chairman DESOPADEC Indigenous Contractors Forum/Coordinator Nigerian Democratic Revolution has advised former Governor Emmanuel EwetaUduaghan of Delta State not to leave PDP for any kind of grievances that he may have had from any quarter in the political party.
Comrade Francis Obule insisted that the good times Uduaghen had in PDP as governor for eight years in Delta State from a minority ethnic nationality was a plus to him adding that, it was not yet over for him to say goodbye to the PDP that he labored very hard to build.
Speaking further Comrade Obule argued that would be foolhardy for a landlord to break his own foundation because of rabbit holes rather wisdom demands that he should be patient enough to sort things out and work in tandem with other political leaders especially with respect to the Ibori political dynasty in which he is a major benefactor.
Obule explained that the position Uduaghan occupied in the state power calculus has been recorded in history for the future stressing that breaking that record would amount to political jingoism.
Comrade Obule seized the opportunity to advise others waiting in the wings of decamping to jettison the idea and remain focused as PDP faithful especially those who have benefitted so much from the PDP magnanimity.
He emphasized that Governor Okowa having done so well should not be left in the cold and to create room for opposition in Delta State to thrive.
Speaking in related development on chief James Onanefe Ibori the former Governor of Delta State who clocked 60 on the 4th of August 2018, he said Ibori is a political leader worth celebrating for bringing so much development and progress to the state including political awareness that has changed the political landscape for better.