By Prince Sunny Ebhojiaye
Senator (Engineer) Clifford Ordia, the Senatorial PDP flag bearer for 2023 general election has promised to take the party to a new level if given second chance mandate in office as Senator representing Edo Central in national assembly.
Senator Ordia is the beacon of hope, the future of Edo Central. He described PDP party as the best thing to happen to Nigeria. He disclosed his willingness to work together with fellow aggrieved PDP members. He said it is only God that will fight the remaining battle at the polls.
The Supreme Court had confirmed Senator Clifford Ordia as the Senatorial candidate of the PDP Edo Central.
Senator Clifford Ordia described the Supreme court ruling as victory for the entire PDP in Edo Central. He urged all the party members to join hands in in ensuring the party succeed in 2023 general election.
“The court verdict for me, is no victor, no vanquished. It is the victory for all the members of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) in Edo central.”
According to Senator Clifford Ordia, it is hoped that all party faithful will ride on the crest of the momentum of this validation to ensure resounding victory for all PDP to unite together for the decisive coming election.
The Edo central people want me back to complete my project, let us commend God for what is going to do in our lives, he added. Senator Ordia pleaded for second chance, appealing to all the aggrieved PDP candidates for calm and begged for reconciliation with Governor Godwin Obaseki, the Edo state Governor for peace.
Let us support Godwin Obaseki for his remaining tenure. We can always disagreed and agreed that is the beauty of politics. We are gradually growing our fellowship with party members. People are beginning to understand Governor Obaseki, he is a man of the people and meant well for PDP. ‘United we stand, divided we fall, he concluded.’
I will make sure every Edo central person will benefit from PDP government. It is time to give back peoples mandate.
“The welfare of the people will be my priority, just vote for me”.