In a significant development late on Wednesday, the National Working Committee (NWC) of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has officially dissolved the state executive committees of the party in Ebonyi and Ekiti States. The decision, which came after extensive deliberations and consultations, was announced in a terse statement signed by the party’s National Publicity Secretary, Hon. Debo Ologunagba, in Abuja.
Citing the relevant sections of the PDP’s Constitution, specifically Sections 29(2)(b) and 31(2)(e) as amended in 2017, the NWC expressed its approval for the dissolution of the Executive Committees in both states, effective immediately. This move signifies a strategic step by the party to restructure and realign its operations in these regions.
Amid this development, the PDP has called upon all leaders, critical stakeholders, and members of the party in Ebonyi and Ekiti States to maintain unity and focus on the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. By taking this decisive action, the PDP aims to strengthen its organizational structure and forge a more cohesive and effective path towards its goals.
The dissolution of the state executive committees marks a significant turning point for the PDP in Ebonyi and Ekiti States, prompting anticipation of forthcoming changes and initiatives within the party’s local chapters. As the party charts its course, stakeholders eagerly await the unfolding of its new strategies and the impact they will have on the political landscape in these states.
Stay tuned for further updates on this evolving story as the Peoples Democratic Party seeks to reshape its presence and influence in Ebonyi and Ekiti States.