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4 Nov 2018
Some weeks ago, when stakeholders of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Anambra State gathered at the zonal office of the party in Enugu for the inauguration of the state, local government and ward executives, the impression was that the old crisis in the state chapter was over. The executive members being inaugurated, who emerged…
2 Jan 2018
Chief Austin Umahi is the national vice chairman of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) South East zone. He spoke on the party’s strategies ahead of the 2019 presidential election and the controversies after its December 9 national convention. Nnamdi Akpa reports. What is the Southeast PDP major interest and aims ahead of the 2019 presidential election?…

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