he Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) will strictly adhere to the amended Act in the forthcoming primaries and national convention.
TheNewsGuru.com reports only three elected ad-hoc delegates per ward and one elected national delegate per local government will vote at the primaries.
This clarification was made in a statement issued in Abuja on Saturday by its National Organising Secretary, Umar Bature.
The statutory delegates include the president, governors, National Assembly members, state assembly members, local government chairmen and councillors.
“Consequently those qualified and eligible to vote as delegates in the forthcoming primaries and National Convention of our great Party, the PDP are the three ad hoc delegates per ward, elected at the ward congresses.
“Also qualified are one national delegate per local government elected at the local government area congresses,’’ Bature stressed.
Bature also stated that the party’s National Working Committee and the States Houses of Assembly primaries had been shifted from Saturday, May 21 to Sunday, May 22.
He added that the House of Representatives primaries to elect PDP House of Representatives candidates would also hold on Sunday, May 22.
Bature advised all PDP aspirants, critical stakeholders, leaders and teeming members to take note of the changes.