Kogi PDP leaders close ranks ahead 2015 elections.

Political leaders of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, in Kogi state have started to put their house in order preparatory to the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC, lifting the ban on campaign for the February 2015 elections in the country.
Towards this direction, the party has held a stakeholders meeting of loyal members of the party including some foundation members to strategise and reconcile aggrieved members, particularly those who have not defected to the opposition All Progressive Congress,APC
Speaking at the meeting,the Speaker House of Assembly,Hon Momoh Jimoh said despite the defection of some of the party members to APC, he was delighted to still count himself as a PDP man, noting that the defection of those who had left will in no way affect the fortunes of the PDP in the 2015 elections in Kogi.
On his own part , the governor of the state, Captain Idris Wada noted that Kogi was a PDP controlled state and would remain so in 2015 no matter the current challenges daunting the party.
Wada said the party will still be victorious in 2015 because as he put it the people are conscious that it is better to be on the side of a winner.

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