The Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP in Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State, Hon. Ebike Oromoni has called on party leaders, stakeholders and other party faithfuls to shun divisive politics and embrace unity, love one another towards the progress of the party.
Oromoni gave the charge yesterday in Burutu during the PDP stakeholders meeting, urging party faithfuls as well as loyalists to desist from chronic lying and backbiting, noting that it does not portend good for the general interest of the party.
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In his opening remark, Hon. Ebike Oromoni thanked leaders for creating time to attend the meeting, stressing that Burutu PDP family needs unity and love to move forward. He also called on the leaders to love one another and work together as a team for the progress of the party.
According to Ebike, “having individual interests in the party, does not mean we should hate ourselves. As a leader, you must listen more and talk less, so as to avoid creating unnecessary enmity among ourselves. I must appreciate all the leaders for your support to party activities, please keep the good work going.
“I also want to call on the members of Burutu PDP WhatsApp group to stop raining insults on our leaders, because it does not portray good image. The group was created to unite ourselves and share ideas for the progress of our party. Let’s stop the abusive syndrome and think for the general development of Burutu.”
He further charged political appointees to provide logistics for the welfare of party officials, especially as the Christmas season is fast approaching.
In his reaction, Hon. Julius Pondi appreciated the leaders of Burutu and the grassroots for given him the opportunity to serve. He further urged party leaders to settle their differences amicably among themselves, noting that the electioneering era is over, let’s work together to move Burutu forward.
While Hon. Funkekeme Solomon calls for respect among party leaders, noting that respect is reciprocal, he urged the party Chairman, Oromoni to put in his best to unite the party, so as to avoid keeping unnecessary enmity among ourselves.
“Opportunity is turn by turn, pray to God and wait for your turn, don’t pull down your brother because of selfish political interest,” Funkekeme stated.
In his remark, the Chairman Burutu LGA, Hon. Godknows Angele charged party faithfuls to engaged in constructive criticism, stressing that it is by doing that the political office holders will sit-up to do what is expected of them. He called on Burutu PDP party executives to set up a committee in order to raise funds for the welfare of party officials as well as followers.
Meanwhile, Hon. Ikisa Combolus, the Vice Chairman Burutu LGA, charged Burutu leaders to draw the attention of Gov. Okowa towards the speedy completion of Ayakoromo bridge, stressing that the bridge project will catapult road network to connect Burutu main town and the villages under the local government area, he asserted.
In his contribution, Hon. Paul Kurugbe charged the party Chairman to call for Burutu PDP leadership meeting, so as to enable them settle the differences among themselves for the general interest of the party. He urged the house to set up a committee in order to unite the party leaders in subsequent meeting.
Party stakeholders and leaders present at the meeting include; Chief. Julius Takeme PDP Chairman Delta South, Hon. Julius Pondi, Hon. Funkekeme Solomon, Hon. Daniel Yingi, Chief. Emma Amgbaduba, Hon. Godknows Angele, Chief. Ebikeme Clark, Alhaji lsa Clark, Mr. Paul Kurugbe, Hon. Godwin Edumogiren, Hon. Kpambeni Johnny, Chief. Edeinmene Agada, Mr. Richard Tuedon, Comrade Austin Ozobo, Mr. Ekanpou Enewaridideke, Mr. Albert Edumogiren, Engr. Mike Akpi, Barr. Alaowei Cleric, Mr. Kofee Amassuomo, Hon Mrs. Felicia Orounagha, Hon. Sunny Perekeme, Hon. Combolus Ekisa among others too numerous to mention.