Lagos - A former member of the House of Representatives, Hon. Moshood Salvador was on Monday sworn it as the new Chairman of the Peoples Democratic party in Lagos State, reports Newsday.
Salvador was elected on Saturday during the party’s congress held in Ikeja.
Those who emerged with Salvador at the congress included Muiz Shodipe (Secretary), Ola Apena (Deputy Chairman), Taofik Gani (Publicity Secretary), Taiwo Kuye (Organising Secretary), and Princess Olateru Olagbebi (Woman leader).
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The new leaders would pilot the affairs of the party for the next four years according to Punch.
Administering the oath of office on the officials, a legal practitioner, Shina Martins, said the move was in line with schedules 1 and 2 of the PDP’s constitution.
Aside the state executive inaugurated, 16 local government chairmen were also inaugurated to lead the party at the local government level.
The new Chairman In his acceptance remarks promised to unite aggrieved members and make instilling discipline in the party his topmost priority
- News 24