The national leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has rescheduled the ward congresses for the Kogi State chapter of the party for next week Tuesday and Wednesday.
The party also promised to be fair to all aspirants ahead of the ward congresses.
This was disclosed yesterday by the national publicity secretary of PDP, Olisa Metuh, after the Kogi State governor, Idris Wada met with the national working committee of the party at the national headquarters Abuja.
The ward congresses will kick start the process of producing delegates for the party’s primaries ahead of the governorship election in Kogi State.
Speaking after the meeting, Metuh disclosed that after the national working committee met with the governor Idris, it was agreed that the ward congresses should hold next week Tuesday and Wednesday.
He also said the national leadership of the party has “promised that they will be fair to all members of the party in the state” ahead of the congresses.
While the ward congresses were supposed to hold yesterday, the PDP cancelled the Ward Congresses held in 27th June this year.
Although the party declined to state why it cancelled the congresses, it was gathered that the process was lopsided in favour of the governor.
The governor, in company of his deputy, Yomi Awoniyi, however rushed to the party headquarters apparently over the cancellation.