Bose Adedibu Tasks SW PDP Members On Unity, Drums Support For Arapaja As Deputy National Chairman

The People Democratic Party, South West, Women Leader, Alhaja Bose Adedibu had called on the members of the party in the South-West to close rank and attend the national convention of the party in unison and with unity of purpose.

Alhaja Adedibu who made this advice during a brief encounter with Journalists at the Ibadan Airport recently said that ‘ all our propositions and prayers at the National Convention are accomplishable if we collectively resolved to be one and acted as one ‘.

She said ‘ We should thank Allah for the spirit of unity that domiciled within us. This is commendable. But we should go the extra mile by demonstrating this unity at the Convention to be able to coast home goodies ‘.

Alhaja Adedibu pointed out that ” Our collective efforts should be geared towards have bigger representation and posts at the National level of the party.
We must tap and exploit our goodwill political bank account at ensuring the success of Ambassador Taoheed Arapaja as the Deputy National Chairman of the party. This is a task that must be done. And Insha Allah it will come to pass ‘.

She described Ambassador Arapaja as a collaborative leader who has an enviable political pedigree in grassroots politics, being a former chairman of local government in Oyo State, an astute state administrator as a former deputy – governor, and as an intercontinental statesman who once served as the Nigerian Ambassador to Jordan.

Alhaja Adedibu said ‘ His tenure as the Vice- Chairman of PDP South West has been wonderful. He has been a blessing to the party with his gospel of ‘ every member of PDP counts’ which has given every member a deep sense of belonging. He has performed well as the Vice-Chairman, PDP, South West, his inestimable experience will be of greater benefit as Deputy – National Chairman of our great party’.

She said ‘ This and others should be our targets and these we can have on a platter of gold if we demonstrate unalloyed unity and togetherness’.

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