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NWC OF PDP INSISTS THAT THE PDP IS NOT ENGAGED IN ANY MERGER, FUSION OR AMALGAMATION TALKS WITH ANY OTHER POLITICAL PARTY                                                                                                                     05-06-24
By Sadiq Aminu                                                                   The National Working Committee, NWC of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP has insisted that the party is not engaged in any merger, fusion or amalgamation talks with any other political Party or interest.

The National Publicity Secretary of the party, Mr. Debo Ologunagba stated this after a meeting of the NWC in Abuja.

According to his statement, while the PDP is open and welcoming to all Nigerians including their former members who left for other parties, the Party remains strong, formidable and capable of winning elections in a free and transparent electoral process.

Mr. Ologunagbe said the NWC acknowledges the influx of millions of Nigerians into the PDP in their on-going Party Membership Drive across the country.

He emphasized that the PDP remains the Party of choice for majority of Nigerians.

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