PDP To Stop Imposition Of Candidates

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It might be easier believing a Leopard will change its spot than for the ruling Peoples Democartic Party, PDP, to keep to its latest vow in a list of endless unfulfilled ones – that it will no longer impose candidates at all levels of the party’s primaries or elections.

PDP NATIONAL CHAIRMAN: ALH. BAMANGA TUKUR
PDP NATIONAL CHAIRMAN: ALH. BAMANGA TUKUR

The party’s leadership made this decision known at the end of a retreat in Akwa Ibom where the top brass took time off to deliberate on how to develop the operational machinary of the party.

The national chairman of the party, Mr Bamanga Tukur assured members of the party that imposition of candidates would soon become a thing of the past.

 

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