by Isi Esene
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is going back to the roots in preparation for the 2015 general elections promising to take back states it lost to the opposition.
This was disclosed by the national chairman of the Party, Bamanga Tukur, who also revealed that plans are underway to hold a crucial session with the party’s National Working Committee (NWC), PDP governors, and founding members in a bid to effectively strategize for the next general elections.
While receiving a delegation led by Oyewole Fasawe, with Ademola Adepegba; Remilekun Iyiola; Prof. Ishola, among others, Tukur made it clear that to achieve success in the 2015 elections, the party must present candidates whose competence and integrity are not in doubt.
He said the party will continue to strengthen its internal democracy and promised that openness, transparency, and fairness will be the watchword during the 2015 election.
According to reports, Tukur disclosed that the party is ready to roll out its 12-point agenda which will be utilized in retaining states within its control and win other states during the next general elections.
The opposition parties better watch-out, PDP is coming.