Lagos - In a dramatic U-turn, the South West chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has decided to challenge the North for the party’s national chairmanship position.
The chapter had earlier said it was not interested in the seat and would support a candidate from the North-east to occupy the position.
The change in decision follows series of consultations among several leaders of the party from the zone.
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The chapter has nominated a former Deputy National Chairman of the party, Olabode George to vie for the position during the party’s convention on May 21 in Port Harcourt
George would slug it out with the National Chairman,Ali Modu-Sheriff, or any other candidate the region may produce for the position.
- News 24