‎Former  Senate  President Advised to Hands Off PDP Ticket 

Posted: November 28, 2015 in Breaking News, Governance, News, political, Politics
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Reactions have began to pour in with the anulment of Sen. David Mark’s election, as former Campaign Coordinator of the Senate President, Comrade Philip Agbese has advised the former Senate President, Senator David Mark to relinquish the PDP ticket in the forthcoming rerun elections to another candidate in the interest of his party and fairness in Idomaland. 

According to Agbese, who was the  Secretary of the Youth Directorate in the  David Mark Campaign Organization, the  nullification of


the former Senate President’s election is an indication that the people are yearning for some change which is irrespective of the aftermath 
He further added that for the PDP to win any election again, it must adhere strictly to the mental consciousness of the people which is disposed to some sort of change in the polity. 

“We welcome the judgement with every sincerity of purpose and wish to call on the Distinguished Senate President to voluntarily resign the PDP ticket to Dr. Stephen Onmeje to lead the party to victory when a date is finally given for the elections”. He said.
According to him, the judgement is God’s special intervention to balance the lopsided concentration of power in the  old Otukpo axis of Idoma land. 

He said, the people are not in any way in doubt over his performance at the National Assembly, yet the current wind of change is stronger than any institution at the moment and must be respected by all and sundry to move Nigeria forward. 
Speaking further, Agbese said the judgement is to deepen our democracy and further strengthen jurisprudence in our legal system. 

“We can not pretend to be ignorant of the general consensus by Nigerians that power must change hands,  our leader must do the needful to save himself of the embarrassing motionless status in the senate,”

“This judgement means so much as far as our democracy is concerned, it is a face saving decision for both the People’s Democratic Party and the Idoma nation to restrategise in the face of the ongoing political re-engineering of forces across the country,” he also added.


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