Oct 23, 2021

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Ahead of 2023 Elections, PDP Chieftain Opens Up on North-Central’s Needs

  • The leadership of the People’s Democratic Party was asked to be fair before the 2023 elections and to create a level playing field for all members of the party
  • This one Call was made by Alhaji Kawu Baraje, who said the north of the center should produce a PDP presidential candidate
  • Baraje said that qualified candidates from the north of the center would hold one previous statement by the National Executive Committee of the PDP

Abuja, FCT – After the decisions out of turn A former chairman of the Party, Kawu Baraje, said members from the north would be competing for the presidential ticket for 2023.

The Nation reported that Bareje released in an on Tuesday October 12th Statement said that qualified members of the PDP from the north for the president n vying for tickets during the party’s primaries.

Baraje said north headquarters will follow earlier statement by the party’s National Executive Committee that the zoning of offices will not Influence the decision of the members to seek electoral offices.

History of the electoral offices of the PDP

According to Baraje, the zone wishes to have Nigeria’s next president appoint after has spawned five national chairpersons with the 23-year history of the PDP.

Justice and fairness for qualified North-Central presidential candidates

That Kabel also reports that the former PDP national chairman said the north should be allowed to run a presidential candidate for the party in a spirit of fairness and justice.

He said they had noticed too that some leaders outside of North Zen tralzone are working effortlessly to lose the national presidency position on the zone.

Meanwhile, Le git.ng reported that the Abia State Governor Okezie Ikpeazu, leading the PDP to ensure the party’s presidential candidate for the 2023 elections comes from the Southeast.

Ikpeazu said it only It would be fair if the PDP members from the region to fight for the presidential ticket in 2023 before the parliamentary elections.

According to the governor, the region has never had a Nigerian president since it was founded spawned.