Following the recent release of 2019 general election timetable by the Independent National Electoral Commission(INEC),the All Progressives Congress (APC) National Working Committee (NWC) and governors elected on its platform would meet at the party’s National secretariat on Wednesday Jan. 17.
The consultative meeting according to a source at the party’s.....
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…declares sabbatical over
The earlier self imposed sabbatical leave by the former governor and exponent of clean and green in Imo State,Sir Ikedi Ohakim has come to an end.
The ex-governor disclosed this position while addressing Political leaders and stakeholders in his Burma Retreat home in.....
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is set for radical changes as the newly elected National Chairman Uche Secondus, declares his intention to decentralise power of the party’s national leaders to state executive committees.
Mr. Secondus stated this on Monday in Abuja while taking over the batton of Party leadership.....
Hon.Gerald Irona picks Dep.Nat. Fin.Sec
The Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) Saturday elected Prince Uche Secondus as National Chairman following the conclusion of her 2017 convention held at Eagle Square,Abuja while the former representative for Ohaji-Egbema,Oguta and Oru-West at the House of Representatives becomes Deputy Nationla Financial Secretary.
The delegates from across.....
Ahead 2019,the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Senate Caucus Wednesday met with the party’s, minority leaders of State Assemblies,in a confidence building exercise.
The host senators informed the visiting Minority leaders that the party is stronger and ready to dislodge the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, from power in 2019.
The Independent National Electoral Commission has registered a new political party, African People’s Party, making a total of 46.
INEC Chairman Mahmooh Yakubu disclosed the registration in Abuja at the swearing-in of new nine Residents Electoral Commissioners; at the commissions headquarter on Wednesday in Abuja.
According to Yakubu the party.....
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Imo says it has 385, 654 Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs) yet to be collected by residents in the state.
Prof. Francis Ezeonu, the state INEC Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC), disclosed this at a one-day Stakeholders Forum held in Owerri on Wednesday.
.to set up new committees ahead National Convention
As part of efforts toward building a stronger Political Party,the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has dissolved all standing committees earlier constituted by the Senator Ahmed Markarfi led opposition Party.
The National Chairman made this known after an audience with Governor Seriake Dickson’s.....
…. holds August 12
The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has shelved its plan to hold its national convention to elect new leaders on August 16.
Instead, it will hold a non-elective special convention on August 12.
The decision was taken on Tuesday at the party’s 74th National Executive Council meeting.....
The former President, Goodluck Jonathan, has described Ahmed Makarfi’s victory on the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, leadership tussle at the Supreme Court on Wednesday as verdict that would bring the party together.
Mr. Jonathan stated this on Wednesday on his tweeter handle in his reaction to the court judgment on.....
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), on Friday presented certificates of registration to the five newly-registered political parties in the country.
The parties are Action Democratic Party (ADP), All Democratic People’s Movement (ADPM), Advanced People’s Democratic Alliance (APDA), New Generation Party of Nigeria (NGP) and the Young Progressive Party (YPP)......
The Independent National Electoral Commission has registered five new political parties.
The five successful new political parties were said to be part of the 95 associations that applied to the Commission for registration as political parties.
It was gathered that two of the political associations voluntarily withdrew their applications.
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