People’s Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar praised Oyo Governor Seyi Makinde for successfully organizing a presidential campaign rally. Speaking at Ibadan’s Mapo Hall, the site of the presidential election, Atiku praised the party’s national branches for ensuring that the rally was “well organized.”
He said: “People of Oyo State, let me take this opportunity once again to commend Governor Makinde and his PDP in Oyo State for making sure this rally was well organized and well organized.” Also speaking at the rally, his PDP national leader Iyorchia Ayu commended Makinde, who was conspicuously absent from the rally, for his successful campaign in the state, saying the party is proud of the governor’s achievements.
As Naija News previously reported, Atiku, his vice presidential candidate Ifeanyi Okowa, the Delta governor, and others were greeted by state leaders in Ibadan, all dressed in green with his PDP logo. was wearing the clothes of Shortly after landing in the Pacesetter Province, Atiku and Okowa visited Oba Moshood Lecan Balogun in Orbadan before heading off to campaign. But Makinde, who is also a PDP member and is running for a second term on the platform, did not show up. This may go hand in hand with his belonging to a group of disgruntled governors, a political party popularly known as the G5. The River’s state governor Nyesom Wike, Enugu’s Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, Benue’s Samuel Ortom, Oyo’s Seyi Makinde, and Abia’s Okezie Ikpeazu are calling for Ayu’s resignation as the party’s national leader.
Part of the former vice president’s entourage was headed by Governor Aminu Tambwal (Sokoto). Ademola Adeleke (Osun); Godwin Obaseki (Edo); and Udom Emanuel (Akwa-ibom).
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