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PDP Inaugurates North-East Office in Bauchi

| September 30, 2012 More

The Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) on Friday inaugurated its North – East Zonal office in Bauchi.

Inaugurating the building, Gov. Isa Yuguda, represented by his deputy, Alhaji Sagir Saleh, described Bauchi “as the birth place of PDP.”

“PDP was born in Bauchi State. The party has no ethnic, religious or sectoral coloration,” he said.

According to him, the state government has very good relationship with members of the executive council of the party in the zone. Yuguda added that the occasion marked the fulfilment of his promise to provide a befitting office for the party in the zone. He promised that as soon as the economic situation of the state improved, a permanent secretariat would be built for the zone.

Speaking earlier, the Chairman of the party in the state, Alhaji Ibrahim Yaro-yaro, said that the zonal secretariat was crucial to the effective performance of the party and its officials.

He said that all the states and top political office holders from the zone had representations in the secretariat. Also speaking, the Zonal Chairman of the party, Sen. Girgir Lawan, from Yobe State, commended the governor for providing the office. He, however, commiserated with the deputy governor over the recent attack on the residence of his father by gunmen which led to the killing of two policemen. Many top dignitaries of the PDP in the zone attended the ceremony.

Category: Bauchi State News

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