Presidential Election 2019, PDP To Hold Emergency National Caucus Meeting.

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As Atiku takes his fight to the tribunal, reports reaching flawlessview.com indicates that, the Peoples Democratic Party PDP is also gearing up for the coming battle, this is coming in the light of an emergency national caucus meeting set to hold on Monday (today) at the instance of the National
Working Committee of the Peoples Democratic Party. The meeting tagged the ‘Expanded Caucus Meeting’, is said to be the brainchild of the party’s chairman and in the agenda is plans to foster the support of all members of the party for the move to seek redress in court over the party’s alleged stolen victory in the just concluded 2019 presidential election.

Presidential Election 2019, PDP To Hold Emergency National Caucus Meeting. 1

According to reports, the meeting will be held at the party secretariat in Abuja and will be presided over by the PDP National Chairman, Uche Secondus. Exact details of the meeting are not known as the members are not talking, though Secondus, confirmed the meeting during a parley with correspondents in Abuja, he was dodgy with the details of its agenda as his responses pointed to the fact that mom was the word.

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flawlessview.com has been reliably informed that members of the National Working Committee would be brought up to speed on the outcome of the presidential and National Assembly elections. The committee will be expected to to also deliberate on the forthcoming governorship and state Houses of Assembly elections billed for March 9.

“We will deliberate on what happened on February 23 across the country and also hear from our agents.

“We will also expect our presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, to brief us. The party will back him on his decision to challenge President Muhammadu Buhari and the All Progressives Congress in court over the outcome of the rigged election.

“We will also discuss Saturday’s governorship and State Houses of Assembly elections.”

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