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G5 Governors Will Continue To Push For Justice, Equity – Ikpeazu

Abia State Governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu says the G5 PDP Governors are standing on a strong moral pedestal and would continue to push for justice and equity in the PDP.

Ikpeazu said this at a gala Nite on Wednesday organized by the Abia State Government in honour of the visiting G5 PDP Governors, noting that Nigeria is in dire straits and hanging on a balance.

The G-5 members are in the State for the flag off of the State PDP Campaign.

According to the Abia State governor, they are not pursuing their individual comfort but are determined to lay a solid foundation for the unborn generation.

He claimed that as soon as the right thing is done, the PDP will win the election next year.

Ikpeazu said, “The G5 PDP Governors are standing on a strong moral pedestal and we are doing everything to put away impunity and highhandedness in the PDP. We will continue to push for justice and equity in the PDP. Nigeria is in dire straits and hanging on a balance. If the G5 PDP Governors fail to put their feet forward, the situation would spell doom for the country. We are not pursuing our individual comfort but we are determined to lay a solid foundation for the unborn generation. The G5 PDP Governors are determined to stand for the truth. As soon as the right thing is done, the PDP will win the election next year.”

The event was also attended by Governors Nyesom Wike of Rivers State; Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State; Seyi Makinde of Oyo State; former Governor of Ekiti State, Ayo Fayose; National Deputy Chairmen, South of the PDP, Ambassador Taofeek Arapaja; PDP National Vice Chairmen, South East, Chief Ali Odefa; PDP National Vice Chairman, South South, and Chief Dan Orbih among others.

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