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PDP assures members of unwavering unity

11 January 2013, 09:01

Abuja - The National Working Committee (NWC) of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has assured party members of the unwavering unity of purpose in its ranks and files.

The party’s National Publicity Secretary, Mr Olisa Metuh, gave the assurance in a statement he issued on Thursday in Abuja. ``We are united under the able and dynamic leadership of our National Chairman, Dr Bamanga Tukur,’’ he said.

Metuh said that the party was ever determined to ensure that it fulfills its electoral promises to the people by ensuring that all in positions of authority performance creditably. He commended the party’s Board of Trustees (BoT) for the prompt resolution of the misunderstanding in the party`s NWC.

The publicity secretary noted that the PDP was the only political party in the country where differences in the leadership of its various organs could be resolved within a record time. He said that divergent opinions on issues were normal in large political party like the PDP.

According to him, the ability of the leadership of such parties to resolve and find a common ground on such issues was its strength and dynamism. Metuh added that it was only in the PDP that misunderstandings were not just resolved but were resolved in matters of hours. ``The NWC of the PDP, therefore, wishes to commend the BoT of the party for proving its role as the conscience of the party.’’


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