- Organs of the PDP have been holding meetings at the party’s secretariat in Abuja
- Some top members of the party who attended the meetings included former presidents and vice presidents, PDP governors, national executive committee (NEC) members, among others
Top members of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) have met in Abuja to discuss the future of the party following the Supreme Court’s judgement which resolved the leadership crisis which rocked the party.
Organs of the party have been having a series of meetings which began on Monday, July 17.
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Some of the members who met on Monday, included former presidents and vice Presidents, PDP governors, national executive committee (NEC) members, Board of Trustees (BoT) members, National Assembly members, former PDP governors, former PDP Ministers and all former National Officers of the Party.
In another meeting scheduled for Tuesday, July 18, the Board of Trustees (BoT) of the party met by 11am, while the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the party had a meeting by 2pm.
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All the meetings took place at the PDP National Secretariat in Abuja
See some photos from the PDP meeting below:
Below is a video of Governor Benedict Ayade of Cross River state, with the former minister of environment, Chief John Odey, arriving at the party secretariat to attend the BOT and NEC meetings.
Below is a video of the meeting of the national caucus members
Meanwhile, the Peoples Democratic Party has asked women to be ready to pay for nomination forms instead of waiting to be asked to pick them free by political parties.
According to the party, this would enhance their participation, and also earns them respect in politics.
Legit.ng gathered that the Chairman, National Caretaker Committee of the party, Ahmed Makarfi, stated this when he received the Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development, Senator Jummai Alhassan, at the PDP headquarters in Abuja on Monday July 17.
Makarfi said the PDP would support the enactment of a law in support of the gender parity in politics and participation in governance.
In the video below, former president, Goodluck Jonathan, said that the PDP must work towards strengthening itself because Nigerians still have faith in the party.