PDP convention: David Mark warns against impunity

Posted on Oct 27 2017 - 4:28am by admin

Ahead of the December 9, 2017 elective convention of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), former President of the Senate, Senator David Mark has warned against impunity and imposition of candidates.

Senator Mark called on party faithful to reflect on the issues that led to the fall of the PDP in 2015 and do well to avoid the pitfalls at the convention.

Speaking when he played host to one of the aspirants to the office of the national chairman of the party, Chief Raymond Dokpesi in Abuja yesterday, Senator Mark stressed that “we must learn from the mistakes of the past and do the right thing at the convention.

“We must say no to impunity. We must reject imposition of candidates on the party. Elders of the party including myself must ensure justice, fairness and equity. The people must be allowed to decide.

“Nigerians are eagerly waiting for the PDP and we must not fail them. We need a leader of the PDP that is a bridge builder, assessable , possess the character and integrity to lead the party to victory in 2019”.

He recalled how he tried in vain to resolve the intractable conflict between the Senator Ali Modu Sherrif and Ahmed Makarfi factions and submitted “for me, I will always stand for the truth because only the truth will guarantee our success in future polls”.

Senator Mark appreciated the contributions of Chief Dokpesi to the development of the PDP and urged him not to relent.

Briefing Senator Mark earlier, Chief Dokpesi said he opted for the chairmanship position of the party “because I am eminently qualified, competent and capable of leading the party to Eldorado”.

He promised to bring sanity to the party and ensure justices, fairness and equity in the administration of the party if elected.

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