Echocho Accepts Wada’s Victory in Kogi PDP Primaries, Promises Full Support

by on September 15, 2015

One of the governorship aspirants on the platform of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Kogi State, Alhaji Jibrin Isa Echocho, Monday conceded victory to Governor Idris Wada and promised to work with the governor.

Isa who took a bold step to the governor and embraced him when votes from 16 out of the 21 local government areas of the state were already counted, to congratulate him before leaving the Lokoja Township Stadium venue of the Kogi State PDP primaries.

Isa popularly called Echocho contested the PDP primary against the governor, left the VIP section of the stadium at exactly 7: 48p.m. when Wada was recording 432 votes against his own 55 votes.

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While speaking with journalists when leaving the event, Isa, who said he still remains in the PDP, expressed the hope that  Wada has what it takes to deliver the state to the PDP when the general election holds in November.

“I think in November when the election comes up, he can win. I still remain in the PDP and I’ll work with him,” he promised


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