2023 presidency: PDP reveals grand strategy to take over Buhari's seat

2023 presidency: PDP reveals grand strategy to take over Buhari's seat

- PDP is all-out to defeat the APC in the next presidential election

- The opposition party said it has embarked on reconciliatory efforts among its members in all states

- Added to this, the PDP said it is working with all its working with all sections both at the state and national levels so as to achieve unity of purpose until and beyond 2023

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For the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), unity among its working organs and levels of authority is the biggest strategy to clinch victory in the 2023 presidential election.

This is why the foremost Nigerian opposition party on Thursday, March 11, during a Board of Trustees (BoT) meeting agreed to appease and bring back all aggrieved members, Punch reports.

The PDP is said it is doing this already through the Bukola Saraki-led reconciliation and strategy committee.

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2023 presidency: PDP reveals grand strategy to take over Buhari's seat
PDP said it will do all it takes to take over the presidency in 2023 (Photo: @OfficialPDPNG, @MBuhari)
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Senator Adolphus Wabara, the BoT's secretary, revealed that presently the board is working with all its chapters to make sure members uphold high moral standards and cooperation with their regional heads.

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Wabara said:

“The Board of Trustees in playing its statutory role as the conscience of the party will work earnestly towards ensuring that the highest level of morality exists in all its activities and that all the members of our party live up to expectation.
“With a determination to do all that is necessary to ensure that we fulfill the overwhelming desire of the vast majority of the people of Nigeria that the PDP regains national power in 2023 the board is unequivocally committed to ensuring that normalcy and peace prevail through all the organs of the party."

Meanwhile, the PDP was considering two options in choosing its presidential candidate in 2023; open contest and zoning.

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The ruling APC and the PDP had been occupied with the politics of how and where to choose their presidential flagbearers.

Political stakeholders from the southeastern part of the country had been at the forefront of the 2023 debate as they argue that it is the turn of the region to produce President Muhammadu Buhari's successor.

Onyirioha Nnamdi is a graduate of Literature and English Language at the University of Lagos. He is a Politics/Current Affairs Editor who writes on news and political topics for Legit.ng. He brings into his reporting a wealth of experience in creative and analytical writing. Nnamdi has a major interest in local and global politics.

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