The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has inaugurated a 53- man committee as part of its strategies to rebrand the party.
The committee headed by Dr Raymond Dokpesi, chairman of the African Independent Television (AIT) was given the mandate to help the main opposition party sustain its democratic ideals.
During the inauguration of the committee in Abuja, Uche Secondus, acting national chairman of the party announced that the party’s stakeholders conference will take place on Thursday November 11, 2015.
Prince Uche Secondus, PDP acting national chairman
According to the acting chairman, the stakeholders’s forum would be an opportunity for the national working committee of the party receive the report of postelection review panel headed by the Deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ekweremadu.
There are fears the activities of the ruling party All Progressives Congress (APC) in the last six months may threathen the landmark achieved by the erstwhile ruling party. Hence, Secondus emphasisied that it is imperative for all concerned stakeholders to be part of the forum.
“This national conference is meant to fashion out strategy that would help PDP sustain democratic ideals while in opposition, hence the choice of the conference theme, “PDP and the Sustenance of Democratic Ideals in Nigeria,” he said.
Secondus also reteraited that the national conference driven from the PDP Constitution would provide room for reconciliation, mobilisation and a means of educating critical stakeholders of the party on the reform programmes being pursued by the national leadership.
“The conference can be used to re-engineer the ideals, core values and principles of the PDP, as bequeathed to us by our founding fathers,” he said.
Dokpesi however, promised the committee will ensure that the desire of the party is achieved through the conference.
Other members of the committee include former senate president and deputy senate president, Senators Ken Nnamani and Ibrahim Man¬tu.
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