- The PDP has announced the sale of forms to its members who are interested in holding various positions in the National Working Committee
- The opposition is becoming reported to have set a fee of N5 million for the national chairman, while the vice national chairman and national secretary are each N3 million.
- The announcement will be made before the for planned national election assembly October 30th and 31st
Before the National Convention of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) to elect new members of the National Working Committee (NWC .)) The party has announced the price for the sale of expression of interest and nomination forms.
Vanguard reports that the national presidency form costs N5 million while the deputy national chairman and nat ional Secretary N 3 million each.
Forms for other offices at the national level in the opposition NWC, including MPs, are N 750,000 each.
This is before the national electoral assembly, which is scheduled for Saturday October 30th and Sunday October 31st.
In a post, which was shared on its official Facebook page, the party urged all potential aspirants from various party offices to purchase their forms from the party’s National Secretariat in Abuja from Monday October 11th to Friday October 15th
According to the schedule, the last day for submitting purchased forms is Saturday, October 16
PDP finally announces zone for the national presidency
Recall that the party zoned the national presidency northwards. Enugu State Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, who is also chairman of the Zone Committee, announced this in Abuja on Thursday, September 30th.
Ugwuanyi noted that the decision was falling a meeting of the PDP. The governor’s forum, held on Wednesday evening, September 29th, was met. He said nine governors should have voted for the position of chairman in the south, against three who supported this in the north.
Chairman position: PDP participants push for David Mark
Meanhile, there is evidence that former Senate President David Mark could rise next as chairman of the party.
Although his candidacy is not well received by some party leaders who are annoyed about the zoning.
Immediately after the Zoning Committee announcement, some stakeholders reached out to Mark to consider the opposition party’s leadership.