Full List Of Winners From PDP Elective National Convention In Abuja
The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has concluded its elective national convention which was held in Abuja with Senator Iyorchia Ayu, elected National Chairman.
Politics Hub Nigeria reports that other members of the next National Working Committee of the PDP were declared by the Governor of Adamawa State and Chairman of the Convention Organising Committee, Ahmadu Fintiri, in the early hours of Sunday.
About 3,600 delegates voted for new members of the NWC of the PDP at the convention.
The announced results of the election are as follows:
- Adamu Kamale, Deputy National Financial Secretary – Unopposed
- Timothy Osadolor, Deputy National Youth Leader – Unopposed
- Hajara Yakubu Wanka, Deputy National Women Leader – Unopposed
- Adbulrahaman Mohammed,Deputy National Auditor – Unopposed
- Okechukwu Osuoha, Deputy National Legal Adviser – Unopposed
- Ndubuisi David, Deputy National Treasurer – Unopposed
- Ibrahim Abdullahi, Deputy National Publicity Secretary – Unopposed
- Sen. Ighoyota Amori – Deputy National Organising Secretary – Unopposed
- Mohammed Suleiman with 3072 votes defeated Usman Elkudan who scored 207 to emerge National Youth Leader
- Prof. Effa Atoe, National Women Leader – Unopposed
- Kalaludeen Adeyemi Ajibade, National Legal Adviser – Unopposed
- Okechukwu Osuoha..Deputy National Legal Adviser – Unopposed
- Okechukwu Obiechina Daniel, National Auditor – Unopposed
- Debo Ologunagba, National Publicity Secretary – Unopposed
- Umaru Bature, National Organising Secretary – Unopposed
- Daniel Woyengikuro, National Financial Secretary – Unopposed
- Ahmed Mohammed, National Treasurer – Unopposed
- Setonji Kosoedo, National Deputy Secretary – Unopposed
- Sen Samuel Anyanwu, National Secretary – Unopposed
- Umar Iliya Damagun defeated Inna Ciroma with 2, 222 votes to emerge Deputy National Chairman North. Inna Ciroma had just 365 votes.
- Amb. Taofeek Arapaja won with 2004 votes to defeat Olagunsoye Oyinlola who got 705 votes to emerge as Deputy National Chairman — South.
The new PDP Chairman said that the party is back to take back power from the All Progressives Congress.