The Peoples Democratic Party says its presidential primaries and National Convention still hold on October 5 and 6, 2018 as earlier scheduled.
Prof. Kingsley Moghalu, former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, has emerged the presidential candidate of the Young Progressive Party.
He said this on Thursday in Abuja while reacting to allegation by the Peoples Democratic Party that the process was not done in accordance with Constitutional provision.
The President stated this in his remarks at the end of the convention held at the Eagle Square, Abuja, on Sunday.
Ajimobi stated this on Saturday in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria at the Eagle Square venue of the convention in Abuja.
According to her, the news items was a crude demonstration of the garage politics and dirty propaganda being deployed by her opponent and sponsors in attempt to deceive APC delegates.
Also on duty in spite of the rain were Federal Road Safety Corps, Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps and Vehicle Inspection Office officials deployed in strategic locations for traffic sanity and safety around the venue.
The Peoples Democratic Party has said the All Progressives Congress is organizing its National Convention with funds stolen from public coffers. The PDP also said the APC has become a laughing stock and a huge joke among Nigerians…
The Assistant Publicity Secretary of the chapter, Abiodun Salami, gave the figure in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos.
He stated this on Wednesday in Abuja when he had an interactive session with APC young stakeholders.
He told News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja that contrary to insinuations its detractors, the convention would make the party more united and provide a “very solid’’ National Working Committee and National Executive Committee.
Speaking on the forthcoming convention, Okechukwu told newsmen in Enugu on Sunday that there was no call for alarm.
Oshiomhole stated this while fielding questions from newsmen in Benin on Friday.
Ndoma-Egba stated this while reacting to a media report suggesting that the APC might postpone the date of the convention due to some problems relating to time, level of preparation and paucity of funds.
The chairmen, who announced their stance after a meeting in Abuja, however, reaffirmed commitment to the zoning of two principal positions as agreed at the party’s National Convention in Port Harcourt, Rivers State last year
Adeyeye made this known while briefing journalists at the end of the party’s 77th National Executive Council meeting in Abuja