PDP Summons its Presidential Candidate, Atiku Abubakar and his running mate Peter Obi.
All the 29 governorship candidates of the party were also asked to report to the nation’s capital for the meeting.
The national chairman, Prince Uche Secondus, is expected to direct members of the National Working Committee of the party to the meeting schedule for Monday, November 19.
Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, and his running mate, Peter Obi have been summoned by the party’s leadership to a crucial meeting in Abuja.
It was reported that the 29 governorship candidates of the party also asked to report to the nation’s capital for the meeting, which will be held on Monday, November 19.
Atiku, Obi and the governorship candidates had been communicated for the meeting, which the party described as “crucial.”
The gathering with Atiku and others will come before the National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting of the party scheduled for next week.
On Friday November in Abuja, authoritative sources at the party national secretariat, said that the meeting would discuss strategies to win the forthcoming 2019 general elections
The national chairman of the party, Prince Uche Secondus is expected to direct members of the National Working Committee of the party to the meeting.
The Director-General of the PDP Presidential Campaign Council, and key members of the council are also expected at the meeting.
A national officer of the party, speaking under condition of anonymity said: “We have called the meeting of our presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar and his running mate, Peter Obi.
“Then all our governorship candidates will also be there. You know elections will not hold in some states? So, the number of the candidates will not be up to 36.
“It is going to be a strategic meeting. We need to put our heads together and tap from the experience of all notable aspirants and plan on how to combat the All Progressives Congress.
“The election is going to be a battle between light and darkness. It is a battle between poverty and desire to live a prosperous life. We have seen what happened in the last three years and we know that Nigerians desire a change for the better.”