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See names of guber aspirants cleared by Osun PDP



See names of guber aspirants cleared by Osun PDPThe Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Screening Committee for Osun State
governorship election on Wednesday cleared all the 11 aspirants contesting to be the party’s flag bearer in the Sept. 22 governorship election in Osun.

The Chairman of the Screening Committee, Austin Opara at the
presentation of Screening Certificates to the aspirants at Wadata
Plaza, on Wednesday in Abuja, said all the aspirants were successful.

The aspirants are Sen. Akanbi Abdulrasheed, Dr Oyewumi Olalere, Mr
Nathaniel Oke, Sen. Ogunwale Felix and Alhaji Fatai Akinbade.

Others are Dr Ezekiel Adeniji, Dr Akin Ogunbiyi, Dr Ayoade Adewepo,
Rafiu Bello, Sen. Nurudeen Adeleke and Prof. Adeolu Durotoye.

Opara commended the aspirants and urged them to work as a team for PDP
success in the election.

The Party Deputy National Secretary, Mr Emmanuel Agboh, addressing
aspirants advised them to engage meaningful discussion on possibility
of having consensus candidate for the election.

Agboh, who said that there was no anointed candidate for the election,
added that the party had given the aspirants the opportunity to take
decision among themselves.

He said that in the event the aspirants were unable to reach a
consensus, the party was committed to organising credible primaries
that would produce PDP flag bearer for the election.

He stressed that Prince Uche Scondus led PDP would not compromise in
the entire contest and process that would lead to election of the
party’s flag bearer.

“We urge all of you to engage in meaningful discussion and if you are
unable to harmonize, the leadership of the party will not fail in
organizing a free and fair primary election, just as we did in Ekiti

“When we were going to Ekiti, maybe because we have a sitting
governor people thought we will bend the rules, but we stood our
grounds and organised the best primary election in recent time.

“To us at the PDP, the definition of leadership in its context was
sincerity of purpose, candidates that play by the roles.

See names of guber aspirants cleared by Osun PDP

“We are not going to organize a hitch free primary for or against an
individual, we are going to do it because that is the needful that we
must do to win Osun state.

“This is a golden opportunity for you all, that instead of about 300,
000 members of PDP in Osun state to decide who becomes the party’s
candidate,11 of you should go and decide who will carry the party’s
flag at the election.

“We are sure that from the 11 of you here today one of you is the
next governor of Osun state,” he added.

Agboh also urged the aspirants to respect the party’s decision by
accepting the outcome of the primaries and work as a team for the
success of the party in Osun and 2019 general elections.

“By the time any of you emerged as party’s candidate, we expect that
all the other tents be collapsed and everyone should accept the result
in good faith.

“In other words, collapse all your individual campaign structure into
the party structure.

“We are not only ready to win Osun State; we are also ready to rescue
Nigerians from the challenges this government has imposed on them.

“We want all of you to support the party to rescue Nigeria in
February next year,” Agboh said.

Nathaniel Oke, who spoke for all the spirants, commended the Screening
Committee for a wonderful work.

Oke assured party leadership that assured that the aspirants would not
fail the party.

“Let me make a point, within the 11 of us, the election of Osun is
taking place here today. Why do I say so, the moment we harmonize,
whatever their plans in Osun, the election is for PDP,” he added.

He, however, urged leadership of the party to continue to pray for the

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