The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Prince Uche Secondus has told the Governor of Edo state Godwin Obaseki to see his entry into the PDP as an act of God and wants that to guide his attitude in the party.
Prince Secondus told the Governor that he would soon realize that he did not make mistake in his decision as this is a party of “responsible people who respect and appreciate intellect and work by the rules and constitution of the party.
“There is nothing to be arrogant about power for anyone who knows God and here in PDP we are guided by this fact,” he said.
According to a statement by Ike Abonyi, Media Adviser to the PDP National Chairman, Secondus who received the new member at the National Working Committee, NWC meeting at the party’s legacy House campaign office in Maitama Abuja announced to him that before his arrival they deliberated and approved his application for waiver for him and his deputy.
“Prince Secondus said that as a party that is guided by rules, the application came from his ward in Edo state and was recommended and endorsed by the other various organs of the party in the state,” he said.
In his remarks after receiving the waiver, Governor Obaseki thanked God for providing him the opportunity of today saying that he is happy to have made this decision.
“From what I saw in Benin City today after I joined this party, the increased goodwill, the excitement of the people from all works of life from their balcony, I told myself no wonder…?
He said that since he made his contact with the party he has realized the difference, he met true democrats with positive disposition and cohesion who listens and tries to understand you.
“What I have seen here is a far cry from the confusion and commotion from the other side and left me to wonder why I didn’t have this opportunity before now,” he said and assured the PDP leaders of his full cooperation, “what am bringing, am coming with freshness, I am going to lead a campaign at all level to enhance the membership of this party in the state.