Monday, 12 January 2015

PDP releases campaign rally timetable

PDP releases campaign rally timetable
The Peoples Democratic  Party in the state has released her timetable for the forthcoming 2015 rally. A statement by the Director Media and Publicity committee of the PDP Mr. Aniekan Umanah quoted the State Chairman of the PDP, Obong Paul Ekpo as stating that “the Campaign Council List is robust and inclusive of party members who are capable of delivering on the 2015 Project”.

 He said, Obong Ekpo commended the State Governor and Leader of the Party in Akwa Ibom for his leadership role in the growth and stability of the party, and particularly his uncommon transformation programme that has elevated the status of the State in the comity of States in Nigeria.

The statement equally applauded the efforts of the Governor in stabilizing the party at the national level, particularly in his position as the Chairman of the PDP Governors’ Forum and other critical organs of the party, where he serves.

In arriving at membership of the Campaign Council, Mr. Umanah indicated that the party and other stakeholders gave profound considerations to various factors, including capacity, resourcefulness, logistics, spread and time frame of the general elections.

According to the Publicity Committee Chairman, the Campaign Council is due for inauguration by the Party Chairman, Obong Paul Ekpo on Tuesday, January 13, 2015 at the Party Secretariat in Uyo.
He added that the Council inauguration will be followed by the Campaign Flag-off on Friday, January 16, 2015 at the Akwa Ibom Int’l Stadium Uyo, where flags will be presented to the PDP candidates for various positions in the general elections.

Mr. Umanah who said the campaign train would traverse the entire State and climax with a grand finale in Uyo, urged party candidates in the elections to do their utmost best at ensuring full sensitization, mobilization and participation of party members and indeed the electorate in the campaign activities of the PDP.

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