Port Harcourt - The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) National Assembly members-elect have vowed not to dump the party for the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), reports Thisday.
The legislators said they would all remain in the PDP and provide the nation credible opposition that would ensure good governance.
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The legislators , who made the vow at the end of their one-day retreat in Port Harcourt, said they would work as a body and speak with one voice at the National Assembly to further the party’s ideologies, interests, and national good.
They resolved to set up an effective oversight mechanism to benchmark the activities of the APC-led government in real time basis.
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