PDP chairmanship: Why I won’t step down for Bode George – Gbenga Daniel

A national chairmanship aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Gbenga Daniel, has stated that he had no plan of stepping down for any of the contenders.

He said this in reaction to speculations that he might withdraw for Chief Olabode George, a former deputy national chairman.

Others in the race are Jimi Agbaje, 2015 governorship candidate of the PDP in Lagos State; Prof. Tunde Adeniran, a former Minister of Education and Prof. Taoheed Adedoja, a former Minister of Sports.

Daniel said: “All the aspirants for this position are my friends and competent people but I am the bridge builder and the best man for the job.

“I will not step down for anyone because I did my consultations during our convention in Port Harcourt and I know so many leaders in Yorubaland who support me.

“People contest for various reasons. Some people contest to enrich their curriculum vitae, some contest to get donations while some run to win.

“It is not a do-or-die affair. It is an in-house contest and I’m running to win so as to bring my experiences to bear on the party and work on re-positioning the party”.

Source: Daily Post

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