PDP withdraws from Kano LG election, gives reasons
The People Democratic Party (PDP) Kano State chapter said is withdrawing from participating in the Local Government election.
The party said the withdrawal was necessary because it does not believe in the sincerity of Kano State Election Commission (KANSIEC).
It alleged the election results have been allocated to certain candidates even before the conduct of the election.
PDP, however, noted that the withdrawal is in a bid to give peace a chance to reign in the state.
In the other news, the women of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) gathered in Abuja, on Monday, to determine how best to position themselves for a major role in 2023 election.
They are meeting under the auspices of the Woman Leader of the main opposition party, Hajiya Mariya Waziri, in partnership with the International Republican Institute (IRI) to consult with party stakeholders while highlighting areas of advancements needs for women, especially as they relate to women’s political inclusion at all levels.
The Women yesterday commenced a stakeholder’s consultative forum to plug loopholes in its constitution to enhance women’s participation in seeking elective posts in the upcoming polls.