2023 Presidential Elections: Niger PDP Chairman Speaks on Zoning

2023 Presidential Elections: Niger PDP Chairman Speaks on Zoning

  • Tanko Beji, chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Niger state, has vowed to resist any attempt to change party’s zoning come 2023
  • According to reports, Beji said such attempt would meet brick walls as the idea was to carry out the three senatorial zones
  • Beji, while dispelling rumour on factions within the party added that the opposition party in Niger state united and not factionalized as implied in some areas

Niger state, Minna- The Niger state chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Tanko Beji has promised to resist any attempt to change the party’s existing zoning arrangement in 2023.

Beji stated that such an attempt would meet brick walls. Adding that the idea was to carry the three senatorial zones along so that no tribe is marginalized in the state, Punch reports.

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The chairman while speaking in Minna, Niger state, on the idea of the party repudiating on the zoning formula adopted years back in the 2023 governorship and other elections.

Niger PDP Chairman, Tanko Beji speaks on zoning in 2023
The Niger PDP chairman, Tanko Beji has cleared the air on the party's zoning in 2023. Photo credit: @Official Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Nigeria
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Beji, who dispelled rumour on factions within the party, said the opposition party, PDP in Niger state is one and not factionalized as implied in some quarters.

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“Nothing can tear us apart. The zoning system has come to say. We are still going to use if for the 2023 governorship election and zone ‘A’ is already warming up for the governorship slot.”
“Nobody can break the zoning system. Anybody that wants to break it will meet a brick wall and we will stand on our feet to see it implemented for a rancour-free election because every zone will have a taste of it when the time comes.”

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Beji, while commenting on the crisis witnessed in the party in the state for 17 months, noted that it has not in anyway tear the party apart but has only succeeded in reuniting the numbers.

Yemi Osinbajo Reveals What Will Happen to APC After President Buhari Leaves Office

Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Nigeria’s vice president, Yemi Osinbajo, has suggested that the popularity of the All Progressives Congress (APC) may be affected when President Muhammadu Buhari leaves office.

Osinbajo on Monday, August 16, told members of the APC national youth lobby group that while the party currently enjoys popularity under the leadership of the president, the case might no be the same after Buhari’s tenure in 2023.

According to report, he urged the youths of the party to mobilise young Nigerians across the country to join the party beginning from the ward level.

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