Thursday, 10 November 2016

PDP inaugurates new exco in Adamawa

Culled from today NG
The new Executive of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Adamawa has been inaugurated with Barrister Abdurrahman Bobboi as its chairman.
The inauguration ceremony which held at the secretariat of the party in Yola, Adamawa state had the National Vice Chairman, North East of the PDP in company of other national officers and party stalwarts from the 21 local governments areas of Adamawa State in attendance.
The new Chairman, Abdulrahman Bobboi, in his welcome address, expressed the party’s readiness to take over the state from the APC-led government.
He said that the new party leadership under him had started reaching out to all aggrieved members including those that left to return and that the development was yielding result.

 The former Adviser to President Goodluck Jonathan on Political Affairs, Mr Ali Gulak, delivering his goodwill message and speaking in Hausa, called on Governor Mohammed Umaru Jibrilla Bindow to return to his party on whose platform he was elected into the Senate.
National Vice Chairman North East of the party, Ambassador Emmanuel Njuwa conducted the inauguration ceremony where the new party executives received their certificates of return.
In his address, Mr Njuwa lamented the sufferings Nigerians go through as a result of the economic recession and said that there is the need for Adamawa state to return PDP to power in 2019.
He urged the party to learn from its past mistakes by reconciling all aggrieved members for a united front in 2019.
He said that Adamawa is a PDP state and all that is needed would be done to return it to PDP in 2019.
The crisis rocking the party at the national level has also affected it in Adamawa state with factions emerging.

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