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Ex-Lagos Deputy Gov, Femi Pedro joins PDP National Secretary race

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Ex-Lagos Deputy Gov, Femi Pedro joins PDP National Secretary race

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Feb 27, 2012 – Ex-Lagos State Deputy Gov, Femi Pedro joins PDP National Secretary race

The former Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Otunba Femi Pedro, has indicated interest to contest the position of the National Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). naijagists.com

This was contained in a statement issued by his Special Assistant on Media and Strategy, Mr. Lanre Anjolaiya.

The statement reads: “The renowned banker turned politician is qualified for the position, judging from his rich experience in both the private and public sectors.

“His passion to serve the PDP in this capacity stems from a burning desire to team up with other party members to help President Goodluck Jonathan actualise his transformation agenda for the country.”

Pedro promised to bring his professional experience and political acumen to bear, if given the opportunity.

He pledged to work with stakeholders to strengthen the reforms instituted by the party’s outgoing National Working Committee, particularly in the areas of fostering internal democracy, effective dispute resolution and the maintenance of party discipline and supremacy.

1 Comment

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  1. MR ADEOLU

    March 7, 2012 at 5:55 PM

    I REALLY COMMEND YOUR EFFORT TOWARDS THE SPREADING OF INFORMATION
    THAT WOULD BENEFIT ALL AND SUNDRY.I AM PARTICULARLY HAPPY ABOUT THE
    DECLARATION OF FEMI PEDRO TO CONTEST FOR PDP SCRIBE POSITION.
    THEREFORE,I NEED INFORMATION ABOUT HIS POLITICAL STRUCTURE,PROGRAMMES
    AND PLANS FOR LAGOSIANS ESPECIALLY TOWARDS 2015.ALSO I WOULD LIKE TO
    GET CONTACT OF HIM OR ANY OF HIS PERSONAL ASSISTANTS
    ESPECIALLY E.MAILS OR WEBSITES THAT I CAN REACH.
    .KEEP IT UP.

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