- Uche Secondus, a chairmanship aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) said he is the right person for the position
- Secondus said he has a different strategy on how to win in the 2019 presidential elections
- He, however, declared that he believed that taking the party back to the people is very important
Uche Secondus, a chairmanship aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party in the December 9 national convention disclosed what he would do if he becomes the national chairman of the party.
Nigerian Tribune reports that Secondus declared that he would not look at the permutation of the All Progressive Congress (APC) on how to win in 2019 presidential election.
According to him, ''If I become the chairman, I will not look at the permutation of the APC on how to win election.
''I have a different strategy on how to win elections. So it has to be about collective leadership position.
''Our first assignment is to determine who becomes our presidential candidate and the choice of the running mate will be the exclusive right of the candidate.
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''So we are not positioning that. We are not going to say it should come from here or from there. I believe that taking the party back to the people is very important.''
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that a chairmanship aspirant of the PDP Tunde Adeniran disclosed that the southwest may present a consensus candidate to represent the zone at the December 9 convention of the party.
Adeniran gave the indication during his visit to canvass votes from the 59 delegates of the party in Ondo state.
PDP chieftain, Chief Chyna Iwuanyanwu speaks about the party's crisis on - NAIJ.com TV: