Fear has continued to mount in the camp of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Kogi State over Senator Dino Melaye’s ability to effectively represent the interests of the state if elected.
Amidst growing concerns, a letter penned by a concerned PDP member, @Theoabuagada sheds light on critical issues that have sparked doubt and unease within the party’s ranks.
Foremost among the concerns is the composition of the campaign council, which has raised eyebrows due to its apparent imbalance in representation.
Observers have noted that individuals from outside Kogi State have been granted prominent roles, while local stakeholders have been conspicuously left out. This has ignited speculation about the party’s dedication to authentically voicing the concerns of the state’s citizens.
The letter, addressed to the PDP leadership, emphasizes the urgent need for prompt action to address these concerns.
The writer underscores the potential consequences of neglecting these issues, suggesting that failure to rectify the situation could lead to an unfavorable outcome for the PDP in the upcoming election.
Of particular concern is the party’s struggling media strategy and voter mobilization efforts, which have reportedly failed to effectively resonate with the electorate.