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Jonathan, Okowa others at PDP non-elective national convention

Jonathan, Okowa others at PDP non-elective national convention

Speaking with the Tribune Online at the Convention Venue, the National Publicity of the Party's National Caretaker Committee, NCC, Prince Dayo Adeyeye said that it showed that Nigerians still loved the Party. God will keep him alive till 2019 so he would witness his removal from power because Nigerians are already exhausted of this change.

According to Makarfi, "In politics there are always issues but what is important is that we sit down and resolve the issues in a civil manner".

"One of the things we will introduce in 2019 is a Student loan scheme to solve the yearnings of Nigerian to youth".

"Even if I will be the last man standing in the PDP, I will remain in PDP". I don't need to talk about whether we have come back. I have gone round most African countries and I have seen that when a ruling party loses power, it somehow affects the party.

"I am impressed by the renewed enthusiasm and commitment of members towards rebuilding the party after the protracted leadership tussle", he said. Darius Ishaku, Gombe state, Dr. Ibrahim Hassan Dankwanbo, Deputy Governor of Bayelsa state, Rear Admiral, John Jonah, Deputy Governor of Cross River state, Professor Ivara Esu, Deputy Governor of Ebonyi state, Dr. Eric Kelechi Igwe, National Vice Chairmen, State Chairmen, Party stalwarts and other leaders of the PDP nationwide.

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"What a handsome moment this is for democracy in Africa".

"In the same vein, the YouWin programme empowered a crop of young Nigerians to go into entrepreneurship and in turn employed others, " he said. There must be integrity and discipline in our democratic system at all levels of party governance, and we must put to fore those things that add value to the growth of our party. It was a wilderness experience we would not like to experience such again. That must change. We need leaders, honest leaders, strong leaders who understand that power is held in trust for the people and, therefore, must be administered for their good and advancement.

"It is time to come back home".

He said some of the achievements of the party include the YouWin entrepreneurship programme, agricultural innovations, general economic management and policies aimed at fighting corruption. We are who we think we are, so we must think the best for ourselves.