PDP begs Governor Fayose not to leave the party

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has appealed to Ekiti state governor, Ayo Fayose, not to consider leaving the party. Recall that Governor Fayose yesterday hinted he was planning on leaving the party following the outcome of the party's just concluded presidential primaries.

Speaking with newsmen in Ado-Ekiti the state capital, Governor Fayose alleged that the plot to sideline him and other leaders of the party was as a result of their support for Governor Aminu Tambuwa’s ambition.

“We have no regret aligning with Governor Nyesom Wike to support Governor Tambuwal for the presidential ticket and no apologies either. Fayose “We kept the party alive and strong when most men became ladies. We never compromised. If any group feels it can do it alone, we will see how far they can go. I may renounce my membership of the party if the need arises. In the main time, I and others will continue with our consultations while watching the turn of events. “We cannot but appreciate leaders that have intervened so far, but this release became necessary to avoid fresh crisis or misrepresentation,” he said.

Reacting to Fayose's threat, PDP through its deputy National publicity secretary, Diran Odeyemi, urged the governor to not consider such plans.

“We appeal to him not to leave the party, he has been an asset and he has benefited from the party. Even when he left, he still came back to the party, so he should consider all that and not abandon the party when we need him most. He should consider the fact that all those who left the PDP for other parties regretted that they left. He should not leave now that the likes of Atiku, Bukola Saraki, Aminu Tambuwal are back in the party. God will guide him aright, he should not take any decision in anger.” he said.
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