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16th January 2014

Vice President Namadi Sambo addresses newsmen over PDP meeting

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Confusion and uncertainty characterized at least, three different meetings of the Peoples Democratic Party at the presidential villa on Wednesday.



The National Working Committee meeting scheduled for Thursday may break the ice when it reveals the outcome of earlier meetings at the presidential villa.

The Vice President Namadi Sambo addressed newsmen upon the completion of the caucus meeting on Wednesday night.

He also informed newsmen that the meeting will be continued on Thursday (today) at 6pm.

“We have just concluded this evening PDP caucus meeting and we have adjourned to continue at 6pm tomorrow.”

“After the meeting tomorrow, we will inform you of the decision of the caucus.”


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