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Igbinedion, Ogbemudia renew PDP membership

Former governor of old Bendel State,  Dr Samuel Ogbemudia, Esama of Benin and Chancellor of Igbinedion University, Chief Gabriel Igbinedion and members of their households…

Former governor of old Bendel State,  Dr Samuel Ogbemudia, Esama of Benin and Chancellor of Igbinedion University, Chief Gabriel Igbinedion and members of their households on Sunday took part in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) biometric registration exercise.
The two personalities registered in their various homes in Benin City, the Edo State capital, in an exercise which was witnessed by the chairman of mobilization and publicity, Chief  Raymond Dokpesi.
Chief Gabriel Igbinedion and his son, former governor of Edo State, Lucky,  said they were happy to be part of the new PDP.
Speaking in the same vein, Dr Samuel Ogbemudia, said he would  always be a member of the PDP. He said he is available for service in the party anytime he is called upon.
“I will cease to be a member of the PDP only when I die. But while I am alive, I will continue to support the PDP. This card; I will treasure it, because I believe that it is the only passport to a destination that is yet to be carved out. In the past few months, I decided to maintain a low profile and not to be involved in what the party was doing because the party did not pay intention to very important survival advice given to them at different times and at different fora”, he said. 
Speaking on the occasion, Chief Raymond Dokpesi, said the party made a huge mistake by ignoring internal democracy, adding that it has learnt its lessons.
 

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