Bode George withdraws from PDP chairmanship race

A PDP national chairmanship aspirant, Bode George.

Bode George has withdrawn from the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, chairmanship race.

The former deputy national chairman of the PDP announced his withdrawal from the race at press conference in Abuja on Friday.

He accused the Rivers Governor, Nyesom Wike, of insulting the South-west when he said earlier in the day that the region had not achieved much for the PDP.

Mr. Wike is supporting another candidate, Uche Secondus, for the chairmanship of the party.

Details later….


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  • Adam A

    Another round of trouble brewing

    • The facts

      No trouble is brewing Bode George is just scared to lose. Even if he is a sole SW candidate, he’ll still lose. I’ll rather vote for a northerner than for him.

      • sola

        Yes you are right, he’s just a coward, what can he even offer?

      • Suleiman Alatise

        That’s means you are a delegate.

    • aisha ani

      Most definitely.

  • Suleiman Alatise

    Wike said the obvious truth, he did not insult anyone.

    • Arabakpura

      I used to credit Wike with no brain but he indeed surprised me with his political deftness!

  • Arabakpura

    That’s the vintage blackmailer Olabode George!

  • Suleiman Alatise

    That’s Bode’s end politically.