I Won’t Contest For Any Position In 2016 Pdp Convention – Metuh
SAN FRANCISCO, April 21 (THEWILL) – The National Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Chief Olisa Metuh has ruled out offering himself for any position, irrespective of whatever is zoned to his South-east geopolitical zone in the forthcoming National Convention of the party where national officers who will pilot its affairs in the next four years are expected to emerge.
In a statement he forwarded to THEWILL on Thursday, Metuh disclosed that his utmost concern presently is to continue uplifting the image of PDP during the remaining part of his tenure as the party's image-maker, adding that he has dutifully delivered his best for the party and that his love for the PDP remains intact.
The statement reads, “As one of the founding members of this party, the longest serving member of the National Executive Committee (NEC) and currently a critical player in the party, my supporters and admirers expect me to contest and this has spurred speculations in the media.
“However, I wish to state publicly that I have no ambitions to continue as a member of the National Working Committee after the expiration of my current tenure as the National Publicity Secretary, a decision that is enjoying the support of my family.
“I therefore with every sense of responsibility confirm to all members of our great party that I will not run for any position whatsoever in the forthcoming National Convention irrespective of which office may be zoned to the south east for that matter.
“What is paramount in my mind at this point is to continue to lift the image of our great party during the remaining part of my tenure as the image-maker of the PDP, a position, which by the grace of God, I have been able to dutifully deliver to the best of my ability despite daunting challenges.
“Finally, I wish to assure all my associates and supporters that my love and commitment to the party remains unshaken, especially as we work together to build not only a strong and virile party but also a prosperous, united and stable nation.”