PDP primaries: Mark warns on consequence of compromising the process

September 19th, 2018

… promise to turn around the economy in two years if elected

By Ibrahim Obansa, Lokoja

Ahead of the peoples Democratic Party ( PDP) presidential Primary, a top contender to the top most job , Senator David Mark has called on the leadership of the party to ensure a , free, fair , credible and transparent process, saying that the conduct must not be compromised.

Addressing PDP delegates in Lokoja, Kogi state on Tuesday as part of his consultation to clinch the PDP ticket, Senator Mark added that which ever process chosen by the party to elect it’s flag bearer ,whether by consensus or delegate election, the will of the people must prevail.

He said he welcomes innovation but such must be anchored on the general interest of the people.

The former Senate President added:” I am contesting the presidential election because I can make a Positive difference for the good of the nation”.

The presidential hopeful said he has designed an economic blue print that would turn around the Nation’s ailing economy within two years of his administration if elected.

His proposed economic model he termed Project 730 would be anchored by young professionals selected from all parts of the country.

“I have something to offer . My programme would be premised on our unity, stability and prosperity of our nation. My word is my bond”, he stated.

State chairman of the PDP, Dr. Sam Uhuotu said Senator Mark has a rich credential that qualifies him to be elected president of Nigeria.

Uhuotu promised to canvass for Mark as the preferred choice for the presidential ticket.

A party leader in Kogi state , Senator Tunde Ogbeha, Mark’s Director General Senator Zainab Kure and Senator Suleiman Adokwe separately reeled out the sterling leadership qualities of the aspirant which they said were needed to lead the nation.

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