The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) yesterday unveiled its strategies aimed at ensuring transparency of the process during it’s presidential primaries scheduled for Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
The national publicity secretary, Kola Ologbindiyan, who spoke with newsmen yesterday said, aspirants will be allowed to nominate two people each into the accreditation and electoral committees respectively.
“Each of the Presidential aspirant will nominate two people into the accreditation committee and another two into electoral committee. This is to ensure that none of the aspirants is left in the dark as to what the party is doing concerning the convention.
“The PDP will publish names of all the delegates and make same available to our Presidential aspirants before the convention,” he added.
The PDP spokesman reiterated that thr party leadership has no interest in the emergence of a particular aspirant as candidate.
“The PDP has no interest in a particular aspirant. We are hopeful that whoever emerges on Saturday will be a man with the economic wizardry to turn around the fortunes of this country.
“The ruling party is out to make sure we have a credible primary election and the process will be clean, transparent and acceptable to majority of Nigerians,” he added.
He however allayed concerns of a post-convention crisis, noting “the party has its internal conflict resolution mechanisms to deal with such.”