September 22, 2014
PDP Clears The Air On Role Of Zonal Integration Committees, Sets up caretaker committee for Yobe
Our attention has been drawn to a plot by the opposition to cause confusion among our leaders and members by organizing groups to disrupt the activities of the recently inaugurated PDP Zonal Integration Committees in some states while attempting to distort the facts regarding their roles in relation to the party structures in the states. Continue reading
September 22, 2014
Sambo is part of the Winning team – PDP
The Peoples Democratic Party has decried attempts by a section of the media to impute rift between President Goodluck Jonathan and his Vice, Arc. Mohammed Namadi Sambo ahead of the 2015 general elections, expressing implicit satisfaction in the working relationship between them and further affirming the Vice President as part of the winning team.
A statement by the National Publicity Secretary of the PDP, Olisa Metuh, Monday, restated the the overwhelming confidence of the party in a winning team that has demonstrably transformed Nigeria in less than four years despite challenges. Continue reading
PDP SENSITIZATION RALLY IN LAGOS
TEXT OF WORLD PRESS CONFERENCE BY THE NATIONAL PUBLICITY SECRETARY OF THE PDP OLISA METUH TO HERALD THE PDP PERFORMANCE PUBLICITY TOUR SEPTEMBER 21, 2014
Gentlemen of the Press,
As you are aware, in the last 15 years of our democracy, our great party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has continued to be the custodian of the sacred mandate freely given by Nigerians since 1999.
Within this period, Continue reading
September 19, 2014
PDP Congratulates Scotland On Referendum Urges Unity Among Nigerians
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has highlighted the resolve of Nigerians to live in a united and peaceful nation just like the people of Scotland have chosen to preserve their more than 300 years union by voting to stay in Britain irrespective of challenges of ethnic diversity.
PDP National Publicity Secretary Olisa Metuh in a statement on Friday said the decision by the Scots has shown that “citizens can indeed push through their resolve to live together and peacefully as one people with a common destiny despite their differences, perceived or real.” Continue reading