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PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by Vivara: 5:42pm On Jan 17
COMMUNIQUE ISSUED BY THE PDP GOVERNORS’ FORUM AT THE END OF THEIR MEETING IN PORT HARCOURT, RIVERS STATE, JANUARY 17, 2022.

The PDP Governors’ Forum held its regular meeting crucial to the sustenance of our Democracy on Monday, 17th January, 2022, at the Rivers State Government House, Port Harcourt, the first in the new year. The meeting once again reviewed the state of the States, the state of the nation and THE PDP and issued the following Communique:

1. The PDP Governors congratulated the entire PDP family for conducting a smooth and credible National Convention that led to the emergence of the highly acclaimed Senator Dr. Iyorchia Ayu-led National Executive Committee and commended the new PDP NWC for hitting the ground running with respect to repositioning the PDP into a credible vehicle for RESCUING and REBUILDING Nigeria which has been battered by bad economy, insecurity, unemployment and other social ills by the incompetent and inept APC Administration.

2. The PDP Governors requested the National Assembly to quickly conclude deliberations on the Electoral Act Amendment Bill either by overriding Mr President's veto or deleting areas of complaints. The meeting advised that the option of sustaining Mr President's veto would lead to a quicker resolution and would deny Mr President the opportunity to once again truncate a reformed Electoral jurisprudence for Nigeria. An early concluded Electoral Act is vital for credible elections.

3. The meeting lamented the continued state of insecurity in the country, the persistent and ceaseless flow of Nigerians' blood on a daily basis in many parts of Nigeria, the near collapse of the security situation in Nigeria. The strategies to confront terrorists, kidnappers, bandits and other criminals is still a major problem of the APC administration.

4. The meeting expressed regrets that Mr President is unwilling, from his recent comments discountenancing the proposals for state policing, to participate in reviewing the structural problems of tackling insecurity in Nigeria and urges Mr President to reconsider his position and consider decentralisation and restructuring of the security architecture as the most viable solution, together with proper arming, funding and training requirements for Security Agencies.

5. The Nigerian Economy has continued to deteriorate and Nigerians have become numb and accustomed to bad economic news as exemplified by the inconsistent and differential exchange rate regime, high interest rates, unsustainable unemployment figures and borrowing spree some of which have not been applied to important projects, and other bad economic indicators. In particular, it is clear that the APC Government is a massive failure when compared with the records of PDP in government. The PDP handed over a $550 billion economy (the largest in Africa), but under APC, Nigeria is the Poverty Capital of the world. In 2015, under PDP, the exchange rate was N198 per Dollar, it is now under APC almost N500 to a Dollar; In 2015, unemployment rate was 7.3% under PDP, it is now 33%, one of the highest in the world under APC; In 2015, the Pump price of Petroleum was N87 per litre, it is now N165 per litre and climbing under APC. Debt Servicing now under APC takes over 98% of the Federal budget. The tales of woe is endless.

6. The PDP Governors noted that the management of our Oil and Gas resources, the administration of Federation Account remittances have remained opaque, confusing and non - transparent. In addition, the transition to NNPC Ltd under the Petroleum Industry Act has not been properly streamlined to ensure that the interests of all the tiers of Government are protected, consistent with the 1999 Constitution.

7. The meeting urged eligible Nigerians of all walks of life, particularly the Youths, to register en masse with INEC to exercise their franchise in the 2023 general elections. It further noted that the next election is a very consequential election that should be used to end the dominance of very youth unfriendly APC Government; a government that had the arrogance to deny Nigerian youths of the use of TWITTER, a business friendly tool for the young, for over a year. The youths should empower themselves to determine who leads them.

8. The PDP Governors congratulated the Chief Host, His Excellency, Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, CON, for the very high standards of hosting and for the great leadership performance he has entrenched in Rivers State.

9. The PDP Governors wished Nigerians and PDP Members a happy new Year.

In attendance are:
Rt. Hon. Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, CFR- Sokoto State - Chairman
Gov. Udom Emmanuel - Akwa Ibom State - Member
Gov. Sen. Douye Diri - Bayelsa State - Member
Gov. Samuel Ortom -Benue State -Member
Gov. Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa - Delta State - Member
Gov. Ifeanyi #Ugwuanyi - Enugu State - Member
Gov. Nyesom Wike, CON - Rivers State - Member
Gov. Engr. Oluseyi Abiodun Makinde - Oyo State - Member
Gov. Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri -Adamawa State -Member
Gov. Darius Ishaku -Taraba State -Member
Gov. Bala Mohammed -Bauchi State - Member

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by AsabaPropertyAg(m): 5:59pm On Jan 17
Atiku/Wike will fly, sure combination.




Vivara:
COMMUNIQUE ISSUED BY THE PDP GOVERNORS’ FORUM AT THE END OF THEIR MEETING IN PORT HARCOURT, RIVERS STATE, JANUARY 17, 2022.

The PDP Governors’ Forum held its regular meeting crucial to the sustenance of our Democracy on Monday, 17th January, 2022, at the Rivers State Government House, Port Harcourt, the first in the new year. The meeting once again reviewed the state of the States, the state of the nation and THE PDP and issued the following Communique:

1. The PDP Governors congratulated the entire PDP family for conducting a smooth and credible National Convention that led to the emergence of the highly acclaimed Senator Dr. Iyorchia Ayu-led National Executive Committee and commended the new PDP NWC for hitting the ground running with respect to repositioning the PDP into a credible vehicle for RESCUING and REBUILDING Nigeria which has been battered by bad economy, insecurity, unemployment and other social ills by the incompetent and inept APC Administration.

2. The PDP Governors requested the National Assembly to quickly conclude deliberations on the Electoral Act Amendment Bill either by overriding Mr President's veto or deleting areas of complaints. The meeting advised that the option of sustaining Mr President's veto would lead to a quicker resolution and would deny Mr President the opportunity to once again truncate a reformed Electoral jurisprudence for Nigeria. An early concluded Electoral Act is vital for credible elections.

3. The meeting lamented the continued state of insecurity in the country, the persistent and ceaseless flow of Nigerians' blood on a daily basis in many parts of Nigeria, the near collapse of the security situation in Nigeria. The strategies to confront terrorists, kidnappers, bandits and other criminals is still a major problem of the APC administration.

4. The meeting expressed regrets that Mr President is unwilling, from his recent comments discountenancing the proposals for state policing, to participate in reviewing the structural problems of tackling insecurity in Nigeria and urges Mr President to reconsider his position and consider decentralisation and restructuring of the security architecture as the most viable solution, together with proper arming, funding and training requirements for Security Agencies.

5. The Nigerian Economy has continued to deteriorate and Nigerians have become numb and accustomed to bad economic news as exemplified by the inconsistent and differential exchange rate regime, high interest rates, unsustainable unemployment figures and borrowing spree some of which have not been applied to important projects, and other bad economic indicators. In particular, it is clear that the APC Government is a massive failure when compared with the records of PDP in government. The PDP handed over a $550 billion economy (the largest in Africa), but under APC, Nigeria is the Poverty Capital of the world. In 2015, under PDP, the exchange rate was N198 per Dollar, it is now under APC almost N500 to a Dollar; In 2015, unemployment rate was 7.3% under PDP, it is now 33%, one of the highest in the world under APC; In 2015, the Pump price of Petroleum was N87 per litre, it is now N165 per litre and climbing under APC. Debt Servicing now under APC takes over 98% of the Federal budget. The tales of woe is endless.

6. The PDP Governors noted that the management of our Oil and Gas resources, the administration of Federation Account remittances have remained opaque, confusing and non - transparent. In addition, the transition to NNPC Ltd under the Petroleum Industry Act has not been properly streamlined to ensure that the interests of all the tiers of Government are protected, consistent with the 1999 Constitution.

7. The meeting urged eligible Nigerians of all walks of life, particularly the Youths, to register en masse with INEC to exercise their franchise in the 2023 general elections. It further noted that the next election is a very consequential election that should be used to end the dominance of very youth unfriendly APC Government; a government that had the arrogance to deny Nigerian youths of the use of TWITTER, a business friendly tool for the young, for over a year. The youths should empower themselves to determine who leads them.

8. The PDP Governors congratulated the Chief Host, His Excellency, Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, CON, for the very high standards of hosting and for the great leadership performance he has entrenched in Rivers State.

9. The PDP Governors wished Nigerians and PDP Members a happy new Year.

In attendance are:
Rt. Hon. Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, CFR- Sokoto State - Chairman
Gov. Udom Emmanuel - Akwa Ibom State - Member
Gov. Sen. Douye Diri - Bayelsa State - Member
Gov. Samuel Ortom -Benue State -Member
Gov. Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa - Delta State - Member
Gov. Ifeanyi #Ugwuanyi - Enugu State - Member
Gov. Nyesom Wike, CON - Rivers State - Member
Gov. Engr. Oluseyi Abiodun Makinde - Oyo State - Member
Gov. Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri -Adamawa State -Member
Gov. Darius Ishaku -Taraba State -Member
Gov. Bala Mohammed -Bauchi State - Member

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by AJOBI77(m): 6:04pm On Jan 17
It's getting hotter.

There will lots of shockers in the next elections.

So help us GOD
Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by God1000(m): 6:04pm On Jan 17
The clouds are gathering gradually.

The political desperados and machiavellians are on the move, please wake up Nigerians, these people don't mean well for you and I, we've tested both PDP and APC and they only brought misery.

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by Tokeshogbolaa(f): 6:05pm On Jan 17
Great

Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by Moventist: 6:05pm On Jan 17
I was there live

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by princeemmma(m): 6:05pm On Jan 17
the old looters are at it again

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by Tennessee85: 6:06pm On Jan 17
A meeting of daredevil corrupt criminals.

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by MANNABBQGRILLS: 6:06pm On Jan 17
See dem.....

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by Brendaniel: 6:06pm On Jan 17
Meeting of failures in governance...

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by kennyz247(m): 6:06pm On Jan 17
2023 is for PDP insha Allah
APC don show us too much pepper...
anything outside PDP, my hands no dey oooo....

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by ipobarethieves: 6:07pm On Jan 17
sad I want to read/see if they'll adopt Atiku.We are waiting for dem sha grin cool tongue

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by Indispensable85(m): 6:08pm On Jan 17
Vivara:


https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1609760769367482&id=100010007227700

So obaseki didn't attend or send his deputy?
They should watch him closely.

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by DeNovo677: 6:08pm On Jan 17
I like the way the forum makes it easy to link up with other members and make friends
JUMERIT11: This is the best site for any Nigerian who wants to connect to Ghana

Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by tempest01(m): 6:08pm On Jan 17
PDP should not get comfortable. Give us credible candidates. If APC gets it right and gives a candidate that is not part of the kleptomaniacs that have already declared, they will receive a shocker.

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by GeneralOjukwu: 6:09pm On Jan 17
cheesy

In Super Eagles fan club tune...

" All we are sayinnnnngg ....

Is give SOUTH EAST...... the ticket"


Make person no come this life come do houseboy and asslicker for 20 years ooo undecided

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by lexy2014: 6:09pm On Jan 17
Vivara:


https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1609760769367482&id=100010007227700

They made a lot of valid points but they didn't say what they done and are doing in their capacity to make Nigeria a better place within their domain

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by Nonpartisan1: 6:09pm On Jan 17
Useless urchins!

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by akinbode1(m): 6:09pm On Jan 17
Ok, let wait and see. Seriously APC led government really destroy this country.

God will help Nigerians to choose wisely in this coming election.

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by DMerciful(m): 6:09pm On Jan 17
So you're still singing this old foolish song?
princeemmma:
the old looters are at it again

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by HIGHESTPOPORI(m): 6:10pm On Jan 17
Powerful Governors working for their people.

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by obinoral1179(m): 6:10pm On Jan 17
This PDP are too docile for opposition.... What kind of communiqué is this?

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by spy24(m): 6:10pm On Jan 17
PDP governor's are now in control .men like kwankwaso atiku saraki and the likes have lost relevance here

Wike will play a big role in 2023

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by Lovenorth: 6:11pm On Jan 17
This is the most useless communiqué I have ever read in my life

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by lightwind(m): 6:11pm On Jan 17
It's alright.

Check my signature
Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by HereAtIt(m): 6:11pm On Jan 17
Nothing seem like news from this.

You better check out my signature and earn cool $$ at no cost. Don't get too worked up with these polithiefcians and forget to claim $$. All you need to claim is your data connection.
Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by RichDad1(m): 6:12pm On Jan 17
Congregation of thieves and rogues.

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by ipobarethieves: 6:12pm On Jan 17
sad That one up here hawking puff puff should go to Ghana site biko make we see front angry
Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by Bmaster(m): 6:12pm On Jan 17
let APC draw our economy back to the time of PDP,
I am absolutely tired of their change.



A plate of fufu and soup without meat in my area now is #400.
To add meat,you'll need to pay #500
Eva table water that was #160 is now sold at #250.


This change never goes down,it only skyrockets continuosly.


I am tired!!!

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Re: PDP Governors Meeting: Read Communique Issued After Port Harcourt Meeting by RichDad1(m): 6:12pm On Jan 17
akinbode1:
Ok, let wait and see. Seriously APC led government really destroy this country.

God will help Nigerians to choose wisely in this coming election.
Yes o. Imagine how they destroyed Lagos, Ebonyi, Kano and Borno. Unlike the massive developments going on in Abia, Benue, Bayelsa and Delta States

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