Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Kaduna State, Hassan Hyet, has said that anytime a party goes through a primary election, it is expected that some people whose hopes were dashed feel aggrieved.
Newspot recalls that immediately Abubakar Atiku polled 371 out of the 767 accredited votes to defeat his closest rival, Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, who polled 237 votes
during the presidential primaries held on May 27, 2022, the relationship between the two went sour.
Since then, there has been crisis as efforts to reconcile the two presidential candidates remained a mirage.
However, while speaking at a summit, Hyet, a former Minister of State for Aviation, said the disunity arising following the outcome of the presidential primaries and the nomination of Delta State Governor Ifeanyi Okowa as the vice presidential candidate of PDP, will fizzle out once the campaign council for the 2023 elections is put in place.
According to him, it was normal to have disagreement after going through party primaries, but added that it will soon be resolved.
Party crisis will end once 2023 election campaigns start – Kaduna PDP chair, Hyet