Bayelsa state governor, Honourable Seriaki Dickson has moved to reconciled with all the warring factions and their aspirants to resolve the grievances arising from the outcome of the party primaries.
Ahead of the November 16 governorship election in the state the governor made this moved to bring all the politicians in PDP together.
According to Soriwei, the governor said; “the party’s leadership would contact other aspirants that lost the primaries, to restore them back to the PDP family.”
The Deputy Governor Rear Admiral John Jonah (rtd); Keniebi Okoko, chief of staff in the Government House and Talford Ongolo were aspirants the governor had met for reconciliation already.
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While responding on the outcome of the primaries, Dickson eulogize the contestants 21 of them for their show of sportsmanship and maturity and reappointed Ongolo, who resigned to contest the primaries.
The governor advised the contestant to be tolerant and show maturity ahead of November 16 guber election in the state as the primaries is over
Furthermore, Dickson advise the umpire, Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to be impartial in doing their job.
He also called on the opposition especially the APC to go to the field and work, that they should not depend on the federal might because it will be resisted in the state again.
Governor Dickson vows to reconciled with all the aspirants before the polls.