We’ve learnt our lessons, forgive us – PDP beg Abians

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The Abia State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has issued a heartfelt apology to the people of Abia for not living up to their expectations over the years.

This shortcoming, according to the party, was a significant factor in its recent gubernatorial election loss.

Speaking to journalists at the PDP secretariat in Umuahia on Thursday following a stakeholders’ meeting, Vice Chairman and Acting Publicity Secretary, Abraham Amah, acknowledged the party’s numerous mistakes and expressed a strong commitment to correcting them. He emphasized that the PDP is determined to approach things differently, learning from past errors to forge a new path forward. Despite the challenges, he reassured that the party remains united across all 17 Local Government Areas in the state.

Amah expressed optimism about the PDP’s future, highlighting the anticipated influx of political heavyweights joining the party soon. He likened the party’s recent defections to an Iroko tree shedding its dried leaves to make way for fresh growth, indicating that this natural process will ultimately strengthen the party.

The former political adviser to the Abia governor pointed out that the PDP’s large membership had become unwieldy, contributing to its electoral struggles. However, he was confident that new, influential members would soon replace those who left, ensuring the party remains formidable ahead of the 2027 elections.

During the stakeholders’ meeting, former Governor Okezie Ikpeazu declared that the era of imposed leadership within the party is over, advocating for a more democratic process where members can freely choose their leaders. Supporting this sentiment, Abia State PDP Chairman Asiforo Okere urged party members to stay steadfast and continue their support.

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