How It All Started
In February 1998, a Group of eighteen politicians wrote to General Sani Abacha stating their opposition to his planned transmutation from a military ruler to a civilian president...Read more on How it all started
Formation of the PDP
In March of the same year, the group expanded to thirty-four members who again wrote to the Head of State, reiterating the earlier position of the G-18. Read More on How it all started
Manifesto
We affirm our belief in the unity of Nigeria under the Federal System of Government. We shall, therefore, continuously promote political tolerance, accommodation and compromise, ...Read more on Manifesto
Code of Conduct for Party Aspirants/Candidates
Every PDP member, Aspirant, Candidate or Agent shall, therefore, subscribe to the following Code of Conduct and adhere strictly to it as failure to observe the Code of constitutes a gross misconduct...Read more on Code of Conduct

Our Legacies

FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION/ECONOMIC GROWTH/SECURITY OF LIVES/PROPERTIES

ECONOMY
ECONOMY

1. Secured $18 billion debt relief from the Paris & London clubs respectively and got Nigeria free of debt, 2. Brought mobile telecommunications (GSM) into Nigeria, which arguably has been the greatest achievement by any Nigerian leader. 3. Nigeria had the most profitable Stock Market in the world with an average Return on Investment (ROI of over 31%) Read More on Achievements (1999-2007)

SECURITY
SECURITY

Successive PDP administrations ensured a well-equipped military, police and para-military agencies to tackle external and internal aggressions and ensure safety of lives and property. 2. Established the National Civil Defense Corps amongst others, etc.

FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION
FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION

Established the two major anti-corruption agencies, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and the Independent Corrupt Practices and other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) with strict establishing and
operation laws to ensure effectiveness and immunity from executive interferences. 2. Strengthened the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) to fight corruption, etc.

Our Leaders

NATIONAL WORKING COMMITTEE (NWC)

NATIONAL CHAIRMAN
NATIONAL CHAIRMAN

H.E. Dr Iyorchia Ayu

DEPUTY NATIONAL CHAIRMAN (NORTH)
DEPUTY NATIONAL CHAIRMAN (NORTH)

Amb. Ilya Damagum

DEPUTY NATIONAL CHAIRMAN (SOUTH)
DEPUTY NATIONAL CHAIRMAN (SOUTH)

Amb. Taofeek Arapaja

NATIONAL SECRETARY
NATIONAL SECRETARY

Senator Samuel Anyanwu

Presidential Campaigns

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Ekwueme Square, Awka, Anambra State - 15 December, 2022

Anambra State
Anambra State

Heroes Square, Owerri, Imo State- December 17, 2022

Imo State
Imo State

Mohammed Dikko (Kankada) Stadium, Katsina, Katsina State - December 20, 2022

Katsina State
Katsina State

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