The governors of the major opposition, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) have assured that they are working together for the party to present a unified force in the 2023 general elections.
The intimation was made by the Chairman of PDP Governors Forum, Aminu Tambuwal of Sokoto State, on Wednesday night while briefing newsmen after the forum meeting held in Abuja.
According to him, the closed-door meeting on the party’s forthcoming national convention which started around 3 p.m., was very fruitful.
“We have been meeting since 3 p.m., meeting for about 7hours. Very fruitful deliberation.
“You must have seen that we received leaders of our party in various other states where we don’t have governors.
“We had a robust discussion with them on how to move the party forward, bringing all the leaders together, not only working towards a best national convention but even beyond that.
“So that we can continue to sustain the goodwill that PDP is enjoying in Nigeria.
“And send the right signal to Nigerians that we are truly prepared and working together as a family to ensure that, by the grace of God, come 2023, we present a very united force that will rescue Nigeria from the misgovernance of APC.”
He stated that the governors discussed about the party’s elective national convention scheduled for Oct. 30 in Abuja.
“You will hear from National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting tomorrow (Thursday) what the position is going to be.”
The party’s NEC is scheduled to meet on Thursday to ratify the issues of zoning the party’s national elective positions ahead of the Oct. 30 national convention.
The forum Chairman said that the governors and the party leaders also discussed the PDP preparations for Anambra governorshi