PDP Primaries: David Mark warns Atiku, Wike, others, says Guidelines won't be compromised

By AdvocateNews on 20/05/2022

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The chairman of the 2023 National Convention Organizing Committee of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Senator David Mark, has warned aspirants that the party will not compromise its rules and guidelines in the conduct of its primaries.

He also asked the aspirants and party faithful across the country to imbibe the spirit of sportsmanship in the conduct of the exercises as everybody cannot be the winner.

In a statement ahead of the party’s primaries which begins with the election of candidates for the state Houses of Assembly seats on Saturday (May 21, 2022), Senator Mark urged party men and women to comply with the rules of the game in the conduct of the exercise.

The statement signed by Paul Mumeh, the special Adviser to the former senate president read, “The party has clear guidelines and rules for the exercises. Every aspirant should be guided by the processes. The party will not compromise any of the rules.”

He also counseled delegates to the congresses and conventions across the country to consider the integrity and past accomplishments of aspirants in order to make informed choices of candidates for the elections.

 

“In making your decisions, consider the interest of the people. Politics is a conveyor belt to serve humanity. The greater interest of our people is paramount,” Mark said. (Daily Trust)

Posted 20/05/2022 07:24:12 AM

 

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