PDP screening c’ttee disqualify 2 aspirants, clear 15 others

The Senator David Mark led Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Presidential Screening Committee, on Friday, clears 15 out of 17 aspirant, who were screened.

Chairman of the board, Senator David Mark, declared this after the activity held at the PDP Legacy House.

He told newsmen, “We screened 17 (aspirants), 15 were cleared, two were not cleared.

“They reserve the privilege to appeal. Every one of the wannabes are qualified to become a candidate of the party.”

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Mark, however declined to name those impacted or why they were disqualified.

It was, assembled that beside the educational curriculum vitae and archives presented by the aspirants, the board will consider party dependability, history, monetary standing as well national appeal in making a suggestion.

It was additionally gathered that the board, aware of the way that its choices will be liable to pursue “will guarantee that no remaining details were left” said an insider.

Previous Vice President, Atiku Abubakar; a previous President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki; Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike; previous Ekiti State Governor, Ayo Fayose, and Akwa Ibom State Governor, Udom Emmanuel, were among the first set of those screened.

The vast majority of the aspirants, who addressed correspondents after the activity, communicated fulfillment with the conduct of the board of trustees.

They were anyway cautious regarding the matter of zoning.

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