Breaking: PDP Postpones Scheduled North-West Zonal Congress

Breaking: PDP Postpones Scheduled North-West Zonal Congress

  • The north-west zonal congress of the Peoples Democratic Party has been shifted by the National Working Committee
  • Umar M. Bature, PDP national organising secretary made this known on Friday, February 11, in a statement
  • The statement was however, silent on the decision to postponed the exercise scheduled to take place on Saturday, February 12

Abuja - Amid defection of its members, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has postponed its north-west zonal congress.

The Punch reports that PDP national organising secretary, Umar M. Bature made the disclosure on Friday, February 11.

PDP postpones scheduled north-west zonal congress
PDP has postponed it’s north-west zonal congress earlier scheduled for Saturday, February 12. Photo credit: Official Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Nigeria
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According to him, the exercise scheduled for Saturday, February 12, was moved by the party's National Working Committee (NWC).

Bature in a statement said a new date for the conduct of the congress would be released in due course.

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He called on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), aspirants, delegates and critical stakeholders to note accordingly.

The opposition party was, however, quiet on the reason for the abrupt postponement which might be connected to the 2022 Federal Capital Territory Area Council Elections.

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Mustapha who contested for a senatorial seat in the 2019 general elections, is a son of the former governor of the state, Alhaji Sule Lamido.

The group known as Forum of Former Local Government Chairmen made the demand in a communique issued after its extraordinary meeting held in the ancient city of Gumel in the northwest state.

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The PDP alleged that the ruling party is providing official cover for leaders of the APC who were part of the criminal importation of toxic fuel into Nigeria.

A statement signed by the national publicity secretary of the PDP, Debo Ologunagba, and seen by said it is clear that APC leaders are seeking clandestine ways to steal money to fund their 2023 rigging scheme.


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