Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State has encouraged the Peoples Democratic Party (PDPdisgruntled )’s members to give room for the party’s problem to be resolved.
On Saturday, Makinde revealed this information.
Last week, some disgruntled members of the party approved a vote of no confidence in Makinde, according to our source.
Members who were dissatisfied accused the Governor of stealing the party.
Mulikat Adeola-Akande, a former House of Representatives leader, Azeem Gbolarumi, a former Deputy Governor, and other party veterans promised to work against the governor in the 2023 election.
Makinde, on the other hand, has urged the dissatisfied members to allow time for the party’s internal problem to be resolved.
He made his remarks at the party’s ward congress in Ibadan.
“I see that the people are excited,” Makinde stated. They want to be involved in the democratic process of choosing their leaders to govern the party on a ward level. As a result, it is democracy in action for me.
“People are still enthusiastic about their party, despite the fact that we have been in power for just over two years. It is something that we should rejoice over.
“Well, today’s exercise went off without a hitch. Other conferences, I think, will be quiet as well. People are ecstatic all around the state because they are reaping the benefits of democracy. As a result, I feel the excitement is spreading across the state.
“I want to appeal to the PDP members in Oyo State to remain united because we can accomplish a lot when we work together.
“And for those who are enraged or aggrieved, please bring them to the table, and we will address them. Politics is about conflict and resolution of conflict within interaction of people.”