Action Democratic Party (ADP), members from across the country, will converge Thursday in Abuja to hold its first non-elective National Convention.
In a statement made available to journalists on Thursday, Prince Adelaja Adeoye, National Publicity Secretary of the party said that the constitution of the party required members to hold Statewide non-elective congress and National convention after it clocked two years.
While citing Articles 19, 24, 27, 32, 35 and 38 of the party’s, constitution and provisions of the Electoral Act 2010, as amended, Adelaja stated that ADP had attained Two (2) years of registration as a political party, and so would wish to notify the general public that, the party would be holding its non-elective National convention on Thursday, October 31st, 2019 in Abuja
He maintained that the State chapters of the party had concluded their congresses, witnessed by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), stressing that the party leaders across the country would converge in Abuja to ratify some amendments in its constitution and unanimously adopt and pass them into law. He said that the party would also ratify the appointments of some new National officers, in its effort to reposition the party for effectiveness ahead of the 2023 general elections.
The National Publicity Secretary pointed out that, ADP as a credible alternative for all Nigerians, maintaining that the aim of the party’s establishment, was to give citizens hope and new level, amidst all the abysmal performance of those who had been ruling since the country returned to democracy, while using the opportunity to call on Nigerians, home and abroad to join the party for the essence of deepening country’s democracy.