The Social Democratic Party, SDP has announced Reshufflement at it’s National Working Committee, NWC.
In press release signed by the National Publicity Secretary, Ambassador Rufus Aiyenigba in Abuja, 22 April, 2022.
According to the statement, the resolution of the National Working Committee, NWC of Social Democratic Party, SDP has moved the positions in the south to north and north to the south respectively, thereby effected the change of the leadership of the party ahead of 2023 general elections.
In the statement released by the National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Shehu Musa Gabam who hails from Bauchi state, North-East who was the National Secretary of the party, is now appointed as the new National ch, while Dr Olu Agunloye who come from Ondo State, Southwest and held the office of the National Chairman now appointed as the new National Secretary of SDP.
The two new appointment of National Chairman and secretary, respectively was done by a motion moved by Hon Chukwuma Ogbonna Uchechukwu, National speaker, youth parliament (National Youth Leader) and was seconded by Haija Maggie Mariam Batubo, the National Speaker women parliament (National women Leader).
The motion was unanimously adopted by all the members of the National Working Committee.
Ambassador Rufus Aiyenigba said that the Reshufflement of the two offices have been duly communicated to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) was properly received and acknowledged by the electoral umpire.
Consequent to this change of National Leadership Of the party, members of the Social Democratic Party, SDP family Nationwide and the general public are hereby called upon to take note of this new development in the party.
Ambassador Aiyenigba said the change in the national leadership of the party is part of the process of gearing up for the realities and responsibilities of 2023 general elections as well as repositioning the party properly as a credible alternative National platform to rescue Nigeria from the current socio-economic challenges and National maladies and to present a new hope for freedom, Justice, all-round security and sustainable development. The statement reads.