EXCLUSIVE: Niger Delta’s support for Atiku, PDP remains firm – Dagogo

Farah Dagogo, a federal lawmaker from Rivers State and a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has dismissed claims that the party’s support base in the Niger Delta region has dwindled.

Dagogo refuted allegations that staunch PDP members have scattered and abandoned the party’s 2023 presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar....CONTINUE READING

Addressing reporters in Port Harcourt, the state capital, Dagogo faulted the claims in some squatters that the former PDP presidential aspirant and immediate past governor of the state, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, engaged in anti-party activities.

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He affirmed that PDP members in the South-South region remain strong and unwavering in their support.

Dagogo, who represents the Degema/Bonny federal constituency, expressed optimism that Atiku would ultimately reclaim his mandate as the true winner of the February 25 presidential polls.

In his words, “Let me also use this opportunity to douse any insinuation that Atiku’s core supporters in Rivers State and by extension the Niger Delta, have deserted the Turaki Adamawa.

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“It is preposterous, unfounded and false. The truth is that, the core support group of Atiku Abubakar, rather than deplete as being wrongly postulated, has instead increased exponentially .

He further expressed his confidence in the judicial process and believed that the tribunal would ensure justice is served for their mandate.

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“I am optimistic and I believe you share same optimism that the tribunal will do justice to our mandate,” Dagogo aded….CONTINUE READING