The National Secretariat of the Peoples Democratic Party has reopened for business.

The secretariat, which was sealed off by armed policement, on May 22 after the leadership tussle in the party worsened was reopened today, with workers returning gradually.


A statement by the Head of Publicity Division at the party’s secretariat, Chinwe Nnorom, in Abuja, earlier today had said the Secretary of the PDP’s Board of Trustees, Chief Ojo Maduekwe would address workers at 1pm.

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The statement read, “Please be informed that the PDP National Secretariat re-opens today being Tuesday May 31, 2016 for members of establishment staff only.

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The BoT Secretary, Chief Ojo Maduekwe, will be addressing members of staff at 1Pm today in the NEC Hall.”

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Although Maduekwe was at the secretariat around 1pm, his meeting with workers in the secretariat was postponed till Wednesday.