As part of its reforms and repackaging strategies, the Social Democratic Party (SDP) has approved a new constitution and manifesto to put it in good stead for the 2019 elections.
The party at its National Executive meeting held yesterday in Abuja unanimously adopted a new constitution that seeks to restructure its affairs.
Among some new innovations that the SDP sought to introduce include the establishment of Speakers for the youth and women parliaments to replace the office of national youth leader and women leader respectively.
Speaking to THISDAY in an interview shortly after the NEC meeting of the SDP, former Minister of Information, Prof. Jerry Gana said that the party has also approved a manifesto that seeks to address critical problem of security, economy and infrastructural development in the country.
THISDAY, May 31, 2018