Lagos - The People's Democratic Party Chief,
Chyna Iwuanyanwu, has come out stating that in order for the party to
survive, all current leadership needs to resign, Leadership reported.
This comes after he noticed that the party lacks internal
democracy, as it is the one part that cost it in the general elections.
According to Iwuanyanwu, the PDP has been ruling for 16
years and therefore the party lost its vision due to corruption.
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The PDP needs credible people to make sure the correct
strategies are implemented and objectives of the party can be fully drawn.
Iwuanyanwu however claims that democracy is for the people
and their interests needs to be served. If they are not included in the vision,
then they will look for change elsewhere.
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