As the PDP National Convention is fast approaching, the South-East Zonal Executive Committee of the People's Democratic Party (PDP) have announced a Former Senator representing Imo East Senatorial District, Samuel Anyanwu as it's Consensus Candidate for the Position of the National Secretary.
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The Resolution was made in Meeting held at the Enugu State Government House, which was attended by PDP Topshots including Senator Ike Ekweremadu; Abia State Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu, Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi among other leaders of the party in the Geo-political Zone.
Senator Samuel Anyanwu
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In a Statement by the PDP National Vice-chairman in the South-East, Chief Ali Odefa, The decision to endorse Anyanwu for the National Secretary Position was a joint agreement between Chieftains and Members of the Party.Popularly known as Sam Daddy, Anyanwu has a Vast Experience in Politics, he has previously served as a Local Government Chairman, Two-term Member of Imo State House of Assembly and a Senator.
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