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Seriake Dickson Vowed to his followers that he will hand over to PDP Governor

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The Bayelsa State governor, Rt. Hon. Seriake Dickson has vowed to  his followers and PDP faithful that he will hand over power to another PDP governor.

Governor Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa State, had during the week said he would lead the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) towards ensuring that the baton of leadership is handed over to another PDP governor.

Governor Dickson stated this at a PDP stakeholders’ meeting in Yenagoa.

Special Adviser on Media Relations, Fidelis Soriwei in a statement credited to the governor was quoted as the Governor to have advised the PDP governorship aspirants to play opposition politics rather than scheming and causing divisions in their own party.

The countryman governor, Honourable Seriake Dickson, on Tuesday said he would lead the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) towards ensuring that the baton of leadership is handed over to another PDP governor.

Governor Dickson stated this at a PDP stakeholders’ meeting in Yenagoa.

Governor Dickson had reminded the people that, the last election showed how the Federal Government deployed its might to undermine the security of the state in favour of their party members APC.

The governor advised the PDP aspirants that are seeking political positions in the state to mobilize people across communities in the forth coming Local Government elections and also for the governorship election coming up later this year.

According to the Governor, the PDP aspirants have a better platform to contest elections and should campaign on the strength of the party’s landmark achievements in the state.

The Governor stressed that the PDP was the only political party with the popularity and strength to win free, fair and credible election in Bayelsa State.

Dickson, who is the current Chairman of the PDP Governors’ Forum cautioned that the guber election in Bayelsa would be a class of two systems:

“The PDP and its massive supporters in the various constituencies and communities and the APC, backed by Federal Forces to attempt wrest political control.”

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