The Caretakers’ committee chairman of the Jigawa State People Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Umaru Mungyabi has inaugurated a five-man committee to run the affairs of the party in about 27 local government areas of the state.
Speaking to newsmen shortly after the inauguration, the state party caretaker committee chairman, Mungyabi, said, the committee was established in line with party constitution following the expiration of the executive members of the party at the local government level.
Mungyabi explained that “the establishment of a five-man committee in all the local governments is part of a strategy to ensure following a due process for electing party leaders for the grass root.”
According to him “PDP is a party built on the principle of democracy and human development and it is always providing equal opportunity for every party member and any good person of Nigeria that is willing to join the party.”
He added the state caretaker committee work can’t be completed without effort and inputs of the local government caretaker committees.
Mungyabi charged the committees to work in line with the party constitution and ensure that they carry all party members along with no nepotism or showing of differences.
“You are also expected to work hard to settle all disputes and differences in the party, leaving no aggrieved party member behind,” Mungyabi charged.