2019: PDP ‘accepts’ to rebrand self

PDP Chairman, Uche Secondus

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, on Wednesday disclosed that it has accepted to rebrand itself, stating that it has now come to terms with the mistakes it made while in power.

This was disclosed in Enugu by the National Vice-Chairman, South East, Chief Austin Umahi, while inaugurating a 19-member caretaker committee of the party for Anambra State.

He charged the new party executives to work for the victory of PDP in 2019, calling on them to open up the political space for all members of the party by increasing sensitization and mobilization; especially through greater involvement of women and youths in the affairs of the party.                 

Umahi told the state party executives that, “action has started and there is no time to waste. You have all the rights to deal with every issue that has to do with the party in the state, starting from now.”.

He further stated that, “We are not afraid to apologize to Nigerians where we have done wrong, we have realized our mistakes. That is why we have accepted to rebrand the party and re-position ourselves in other to regain power in 2019.”

The PDP national vice chairman pleaded with the party’s supporters in Nigeria especially in Anambra State “not to lose hope, but to rather pray and work for PDP to regain power from the current ruling despotic cabal and return it to the people, because power belongs to the people”.

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