Gershom Bassey Reacts To Cross River Governorship PDP Primaries, Sends Message To Supporters


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Gershom Bassey Reacts To Cross River Governorship PDP Primaries, Sends Message To Supporters


Senator Gershom Bassey, former PDP governorship aspirant in Cross River State has congratulated his colleague, Senator Sandy Onor on his emergence as the PDP Flagbearer ahead of the 2023 Governorship elections.

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Read full statement below



The PDP gubernatorial primaries have come and gone. The winners have been declared. I congratulate my colleague Sen. Sandy Onor on his victory at the polls and wish him well in the forthcoming general elections. I also congratulate the back to south movement that recieved over 322 votes out of 601. Well done. The PDP in CROSS RIVER STATE heard us loud and clear.

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I thank the PDP at the National and State levels for running a fair and transparent process throughout the primaries. Well done PDP.

Congratulations to my team and my advisers for a job well done. Our democracy is stronger and more robust because of your efforts.

Finally, a big thank you to the members of our great party. PDP remains the only solution to the problems we face as a country and my prayer is that our National Convention will produce a candidate that can win the general elections next year. Thank you.

Long live PDP
Long live the Federal Republic of NIGERIA


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Sen. Gershom Bassey
Cross River South.


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