PDP Set to Take Back Political Dominance

April 13, 2021

Press Statement

PDP Relishes Successful South West, North Central Zonal Congress…Says 
It’s Set to Take Back Political Dominance

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) says the successful conduct of its 
zonal congress in the North Central and Southwest zones respectively, 
despite the doomsday prediction of naysayers, further confirms that the 
party is united and poised for the task ahead.

The party asserts that the spirit of sportsmanship and unprecedented 
zeal displayed by critical stakeholders and members of the party in the 
exercise is an unmistaken pointer that the PDP is indeed poised to take 
back its political dominance in the two zones.

The PDP notes that the rancour-free atmosphere in the keenly contested 
congress as well as the spirit of sportsmanship and maturity displayed 
by aspirants, leaders, stakeholders and members of the party in the 
exercise also gives credence to its free, fair and credible internal 
democratic processes.

Moreover, the peace and understanding that pervaded the exercise in the 
two zones have also shown that the PDP is a party of patriotic 
Nigerians, who put the collective interest of our nation over all 
parochial consideration, in the all important task to rescue her from 
the misrule of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

The PDP commends the commitment of party leaders and elders in the two 
zones for ensuring genuine reconciliation and understanding among all 
stakeholders leading to the successful conduct of the exercise.

The party also congratulates the newly elected zonal executive officials 
of the North Central and the SouthWest while commending all the 
aspirants for their display of sportsmanship, in line with the 
ideologies of our great party.

Our party calls on all members in the two zones to remain united and 
continue to work hard, particularly as Nigerians are looking unto the 
PDP for direction in their quest to return our nation to the path of 
peace, economic prosperity and national cohesiveness.


Kola Ologbondiyan
National Publicity Secretary

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