The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), says it has concluded plans to unveil its 2023 National Presidential Campaign Council team.
This was disclosed by the party’s National Spokesman, Debo Ologunagba, while briefing journalists after the party’s national caucus meeting in Abuja on Wednesday night.
Ologunagba said the party would release the list of the campaign team after the Board of Trustees (BoT) and the National Executive Council meetings scheduled for Thursday, where the list would be scritutinzed for approval.
“The party is set to go and ready for the elections. We are ready for the Thursday BoT meeting and caucus meeting.
“All issues were resolved, and we are happy as a party, and we are ready to go because the mission to rescue and rebuild our country is going on in line with the plan of our party,” the PDP spokesman said.
“We are set to go. We are ready. The organs of the party are working. You can see that PDP is truly a party. Every decision of this party is in line with the constitution of our party.”
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