Adoji, who made the appeal in a statement issued in Lokoja on Wednesday, called for caution over the prevailing crisis over the choice of the party’s presidential running mate.
“The 2023 general elections is around the corner and we cannot afford to go into it in crisis but to quickly too overcome this misunderstanding and be focused to ensure all round victory.
“As a stakeholder, I passionately call on our party leadership, members and supporters, to unite and be focused on winning the contest staring us in the face.
“The joy is that the first leg and one of the most important phases of the electoral calendar for the 2023 general elections, the primary elections has been attained.
“Therefore, to continue the journey towards the secondary elections, there is need for key players and the people to move away from internal wrangling that arose from the party primaries.
“I beckon on you to a progressive communion where everyone is involved, valued and assured a role and a place in the drive to our redemption as a party and a nation,” he advised.
The Kogi senatorial candidate, who was the former Head, Corporate Communications, Zenith Bank said, “We must shun mundane or temporal considerations, we must eschew pride on all sides, we must bond together to avoid zero forms of disposition.”
According to him, there is need for true and genuine forgiveness to open opportunity for dialogue and common convergence toward go to the contest and win convincingly.
He noted that togetherness remains the right word for PDP at this crucial period and therefore “it is only a fool that will ever dream of doing it alone in this political dispensation,”
Adoji, an economist, entrepreneurship strategist and oeople-management consultant, used the opportunity to thank the party for the mandate bequeathed him to fly the party’s flag.
He said that the responsibility bestowed on him would not be lost and expressed gratitude to Sen. Isaac Alfa, Dr Obolo Okpanachi and Mr Abubakar Suleiman, his co-contenders, who relinquished the fight for him. (