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2023: SDP Well Positioned To Provide Nigerians With Credible Platform, Plans No Merger- Deputy National Chairman

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By Joseph Edegbo :
The Deputy National Chairman, North of the Social Democratic Party, SDP, Dr. Abdul Ahmed Isiaq has refuted the rumours making rounds in the social media of a purported merger, describing it  as a distraction capable of causing mistrust in the minds of  people

Speaking to an Online Platform, Daily News Precise on Sunday in Kaduna, Dr Isiaq averred that the SDP is a very discipline party and members work by its constitution, adding that the party is capable of winning election on its own.

Even as he said Nigerians are now yearning for a credible alternative political party for the general elections in 2023, hence SDP is well positioned to provide them with this credible platform.

“In a matter of this nature if parties want to go into merger, alliance or fusion, the procedures in our party is that the issue is brought before the National Working Committee, (NWC), and when it’s being discussed and the NWC agreed on the position, it then go to the National Executive Committee, (NEC) before a decision is taken in the interest of the party,” he affirmed.

According to the SDP Deputy National Chairman, he was very shocked and surprised to discover that his name was included in the document, saying “Nobody consulted or contacted me on the issue. So on this, I want to dissociate myself from this formation where my name was mentioned.

“I call on all our party members worldwide to discountenance this rumors and distraction that is capable of causing mistrust in the minds of our party men.

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“SDP remains SDP, very solidly on ground with people and enamous capacity within the party; and together we shall work to deliver Nigeria,” he said.

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