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See Details of Zoning Arrangement for PDP’s Available Positions

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PDP LogoThe Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Zoning Committee, on Tuesday in Abuja, released the zoning arrangements of the 21 available positions between the North and the South.

The report was presented by Governor Dave Umahi, who headed the Zoning Committee, to the party National Caretaker Committee, led by Senator Ahmed Makarfi.

The positions zoned to the North were: Deputy National Chairman 2, National Secretary, National Financial Secretary, National Publicity Secretary, National Auditor and National Woman Leader.

Others were: Deputy National Treasurer, Deputy National Organising Secretary, Deputy National Youth Leader, Deputy National Legal Adviser and Deputy National Secretary.

The South got the positions of National Chairman, Deputy National Chairman 1, National Treasurer, National Legal Adviser, National Youth Leader and National Organising Secretary.

Deputy National Publicity Secretary, Deputy National Woman Leader, Deputy National Auditor and Deputy National Financial Secretary, were also zoned to the South.

Umahi, while presenting his report, said: “After robust deliberations on proposals presented by members, the committee proposed that all positions should be keenly contested for among the major zones they are zoned to. This will open the space and allow for full participation of members.”

In his remarks, Secretary of the Caretaker Committee, Ben Obi, who received the report on behalf of the chairman, commended the committee for timely completion of their assignment.

He noted that even though the zoning committee was given seven days to submit its report, the report was submitted before the expiration of the one week given.

“This is the new spirit in PDP. When you want to re-brand, your action must speak louder than your voice. We assure that justice will be done to the submission, and at the end of the day, you will be happy that you’ve done for the party and for your country a good job,” he said.

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1 Comment

  1. Laii Muhamed

    July 27, 2016 at 12:37 am

    This is a national party jare not the one from the afonjas headed by all Northern muslims leaving the shit jobs for Lai mohammed. Don’t forget that jagaban is impotent now!

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