Former President Olusegun Obasanjo can endorse two top politicians as the people that will be representing the interest of the party in the upcoming general election. The opposition party needs to unseat the government of the All Progressive Congress (APC) this time around, and every member of the party should contribute to the incoming presidential election in one way or the other.
Amidst uncertainty over the zone of the Peoples Democratic Party 2023 presidential ticket, some governors elected on the platform of the party, former Vice-president Atiku Abubakar, former Senate President, Bukola Saraki, Aminu Tambuwal ( Sokoto State Governor) and Bala Mohammed ( Bauchi State Governor) are all politicians who are interested in the 2023 PDP presidential ticket.
Ahead of the National convention of the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, different positions were zoned to different parts of the country. Photo credit: Vanguard The zones adopted consensus option to field the candidates that will represent them at the National Secretariat of the party.
The political parties in Nigeria are constantly striving to increase their popularity and political dominance across all geopolitical zones in the country. (Image Credit: Daily Post) The All Progressives Congress, APC and Peoples Democratic Party, PDP are the two prominent parties that has provided the country with good leaders for several years.
Why some PDP governors are scared of Obasanjo's influence despite fact that he is no longer a member of the party.
The main aim of the Peoples Democratic Party is to reclaim the presidential seat of the country by 2023 after playing opposition for almost six years now at the federal level. To achieve this, the party is making necessary preparations to ensure that it hosts a successful national convention which is just a few days away.
PDP warns against Court Action to scuttle National Convention PHOTO CREDIT: Thisday Live The leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) National Convention Organising Committee (NCOC), has warned members against any court action that could distract the October 30 and 31 national convention of the party, warning party members to be wary of such disgruntled and misguided folks in its fold.
About one week before the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) holds its convention, some National Working Committee (NWC) positions that were zoned to some regions have continued to generate crisis because stakeholders from these regions have not been able to agree on a consensus candidate. The position of deputy national chairman that was zoned to the Southwest, national secretary (Southeast), and now, National auditor (Southeast), could not produce a consensus because of disagreements among party stakeholders.
Embattled National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Prince Uche Secondus, has swiftly moved to stop the planned national convention of the party. Image credit: Independent He plans to do so through the court as the party has carried on with plans to conduct the convention that will produce his replacement and other national officers of the PDP.
Process calibrated to exclude us l won’t appeal screening committee’s verdict Dayo Johnson – Akure The former National Vice Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party in the Southwest and a contestant to the position of Publicity Secretary, Dr Eddy Olafeso has said that the alleged petitions written against three of them were by faceless individual.
The crisis rocking the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has continued to linger despite the intervention of the party's stakeholders to settle the aggrieved members out of court. Photo credit: Vanguard The former Chairman of the party, Prince Uche Secondus, is currently waiting to see the outcome of his case at the Court of Appeal sitting in Port Hartcourt.
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The Peoples Democratic Party which is the major opposition party in the country is making earnest preparations to ensure a smooth and hitch-free national convention that is set to hold in a few days. The party's convention sub-committee is putting every plan in place to ensure that the convention is very successful.
The main opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, may risk having its planned national convention stopped based on the indications that have emerged. This is because there are some hurdles coming against the PDP's plan to hold the convention. In fact, it is ironical that the major oppositions against the PDP with regards to the convention are from members of the party.
Three of the thirty-one (31) members of the main opposition in Nigeria, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), seeking elections into various positions of the party's National Working Committee (NWC) have been screened out of the contest. Photo Credit: The Tableshakers It could be recalled that some leaders and members of the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the main opposition party in Nigeria, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), have agreed to conduct the National Convention of the party which has been slated to hold between Friday, October 30 and Saturday, October 31, 2021.
The Peoples Democratic Party's major goal is to recapture the country's presidential seat by 2023, after serving in opposition for nearly six years at the federal level. To do this, the party is making the necessary preparations to assure a successful national convention, which will take place in just a few days.
The Edo state chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has reportedly suspended 10 of its members for alleged anti-party activities. Vanguard reported that the suspension was announced on Monday evening, October 25, by the party's executives in Ward 2, Etsako West local government area of Edo state.
PDP crisis deepens, Secondus pursues suit as party plans convention PHOTO CREDIT: Punch Newspapers There is anxiety in the rank of the Peoples Democratic Party as the Court of Appeal in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, is set to hear the appeal filed by the suspended National Chairman of the party, Uche Secondus, today (Tuesday).
It's almost 17 months to the 2023 presidential elections and a number of Nigerian politicians are being touted as messiahs that would take the country to the promised land after the tenure of President Muhammadu Buhari. With the tenure of the Buhari administration winding down, another set of politicians is being positioned as the country’s saviours come 2023.
Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has fingered those attempting to divide Nigeria and cause another civil war in the country. Fani-Kayode noted that some foreign forces are plotting to divide Nigeria and trigger another civil war. The former Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, chieftain revealed this via a tweet on Monday morning.
No fewer than 18 people were reportedly killed in the early hours of Monday as armed bandits invaded Maza-Kuka Community, Mashegu Local Government Area of Niger State. Sources told our correspondent that armed men, in large numbers, stormed the community on motorcycles and went straight to the mosque while the victims were observing their early morning prayers and killed 18 people.
PDP crisis deepens, Secondus pursues suit as party plans convention There is anxiety in the rank of the Peoples Democratic Party as the Court of Appeal in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, is set to hear the appeal filed by the suspended National Chairman of the party, Uche Secondus, today (Tuesday).