By Bukola Olamona
Ahead of the National Convention of People’s Democratic Party (PDP), scheduled to hold this Saturday, November 9, 2017, a former National Vice Chairman and also a candidate vying for the chairmanship position, Chief Olabode George has admonished delegates from Ondo state to vote right in the coming election as their decisions will impact on the future generation.
George, in a meeting with the delegates at the PDP secretariat office along Alagbaka, Akure, the state capital said the day of the election will be a decision making day and also a family reunion day.
In an interview with pressmen, George disclosed that it was late to have a consensus candidate for the geo-political zone.
According to him, “the time is a little bit late. And if I have to judge by my own movement, they must have spent a lot of time, physical, health wise and financially. “
He said the people should use their conscience and choose who they want to rule them.
“Let the people use their conscience and think about what kind of captain they want to direct their ship,” he posited.
He also said that if he was not contesting, he would have taken it upon himself to bring everyone together.
Earlier, the Vice chairman of the party in the state who was represented the Chairman, Hon. Fatai Adams, described Bode George as always being a pillar, emphasizing that this is the time to rally round him and not let him down.
While responding on behalf of the delegates, the deputy governorship candidate in the last governorship election in the state, Mr. John Ola Mafo said all eyes are on the PDP, adding that they must do everything possible to get it right.