Director General, People’s Democratic Party Youth Alliance (Protocols), and Atikulated Agenda Worldwide, Chief (Dr.) Emeka Kalu, has continued to make case for the need to have a united Party that will be ready to chase it’s dreams with articulated purpose driven vigour in the near future.
In a statement signed by his media and publicity aide, Comr Amos Kalu, and released to the press on Sunday, Kalu said that the need to unite the party by harnessing her potentials cannot be overemphasized at this point in time.
He said that only when PDP succeeds in mending it’s leaking roofs will the party be able to stand the uphill task of grabbing power back for the good of the people who have suffered neglect, backwardness, poverty and pain for a long time now without any sign of respite to their forlorn situation.
“Nigeria needs solution before we completely lose it. As you can see, Nigeria is not working again and so people need to come up and take the initiative of rescuing her from the purveyors of our collective inheritance, no two ways about it.
“Such men and women can be found only in PDP, but we may not make headway if we don’t come together as one big family with an utmost purpose of taking back power to salvage what is left of our dying nation, Nigeria.
“This is the time to go back to our drawing board and reshape our approach to Nigeria politics. We may have done well as individuals, politically, but it is only through putting the interest of the party above personal interests that we may be able to understand the believe the people have reposed in us to save them from the helpless situation churning away our collective existence”. He insist.
Kalu added that he has an assignment to work on this angle as a new dedication to the pursuit of a better Nigeria that can be achieved through a united PDP against 2023.
“Only the unity of PDP can achieve a better Nigeria come 2023. The people have experienced the “Bitter” change they yearned for, they have experienced the “crushing” Next Level they were promised, and they’re now eager to see respite through a well organized, calculated and people oriented approach to governance that will usher in a new era of hope for all and sundry” he argued.
Meanwhile, he adviced that in as much as Nigeria and the world are facing challenges of coronavirus that is ravaging the globe, they must not completely rest on their oars because this time too shall pass.
He advice that these suggestions should be taken seriously into consideration to hit the ground running after this long break because PDP needs to mend all the leaking roofs, rebuild all broken bridges and form a strong and reliable force to salvage Nigeria and take her to a new era of economic growth and all round development.