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Enugu 2023: PDP dismisses report on suspending guber campaigns

Enugu 2023: PDP dismisses report on suspending guber campaigns


The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship campaign for the election of Peter Mbah in Enugu State, yesterday, dismissed media reports that it has suspended campaigns in the state, stressing that campaigns are going on, and garnering momentum.

Spokesperson for the governorship campaign organisation in the state, Nana Ogbodo, told The Guardian that there is no truth in the reports, which he described as the “handiwork of lazy politicians and candidates without manifesto.”


Ogbodo stated that the campaign team is focused, and determined to deliver Mbah, and usher in a new beginning for the transformation of the state.

He said: “When people lose their guard, they slander. Instead of concentrating on campaigning, and, possibly, selling their own manifesto, they keep looking at the nuisance of other people’s campaigns. We are today in Enugu South. If we had suspended the campaign, we will not be there. We were in Enugu South on Friday also. Our campaign is moving on, and garnering momentum. So, we shouldn’t be distracted by side talks of lazy people, who took parties’ nominations in an opportunistic manner. There is no truth in it. We are waxing strong.

“Our supporters are not even swayed by such talks. We are concentrating on what we are doing. We are focused on telling the people of Enugu that we are on a the verge of a new beginning. We are close to unleashing potentials on our people, which Enugu has had all the time, including the enablement, materials and other things, but due to paralysis of the will, we have allowed such natural blessings to lie dormant, and turn to natural burden. This time around, we have found a candidate, who is able to combine his thoughts and ideals to make Enugu one of the states for investments, living, luxury, and we are capable of doing it.


“He has said that he will grow the economy of the state from the current N4.4 billion to $30 billion in the next eight years. We should be looking at it and interrogating the details, instead of lazy talks about suspending campaigns.”



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