The former Acting National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP and a national chairmanship aspirant, Prince Uche Secondus, has promised to restore internal democracy, if he is given the mandate.

Secondus said that the new leadership would take the party to another level with a view to restoring its winning ways.

He made the pronouncements at Ibro Hotel while addressing North Central delegates to the December 9th National Convention of the party.

Secondus told the delegates that included former governors, former ministers, old and serving senators, members of House of Representatives and other chieftains that PDP  is at a cross road and needed a leadership that would hit the ground running.

He said: “Our party at the moment is not at a comfort zone and therefore requires purposeful leadership as it cannot afford any waste of time.

“With election around the corner there is no time to learn, the party need an experienced person and I think I have it having served the party at various levels meritoriously.

“Let me assure you that as your National Chairman I would deliver votes and if I can’t deliver votes from my constituency I should resign.

Listing some of the achievements that stand him out to lead the party, Secondus said under his watch as National Organising Secretary, the party had the best internal and external elections.

He also said that as acting National Chairman he set up a special committee that looked into the causes of the failure of the…

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