PDP Replaces Olisa Metuh, Appoints Dayo Adeyeye As New Spokesperson

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The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has on Thursday replaced the embattled Chief Olisa Metuh with the appointment of Dayo Adeyeye as the new National Publicity Secretary.

Adeyeye’s appointment was confirmed when the party assigned portfolios to a seven-member National Caretaker Committee of the party.

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The party announced the portfolios on Thursday, at the maiden meeting of the staff of the party’s national secretariat and the Peoples Democratic Institute, PDI, with the national caretaker committee, Ahmed Makarfi.

The portfolios assigned include; Ahmed Makarfi as chairman and Ben Obi as secretary.

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Dayo Adeyeye as the new National Publicity Secretary, while, Aisha Aliyu is in charge of Women and Youth.

Ex-Senator Abdul Ningi will manage Organization and Mobilization; Odion Ogbesia, Finance, Treasury, and Audit and Kabir Usman, will be in charge of the legal unit.

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A statement signed by head of publicity, Chinwe Nnorom, on Thursday recalled that the National Caretaker Committee was constituted at the Party’s National Convention in Port Harcourt, Rivers State on May 21, 2016 with only two functions mentioned which were: “the Chairman, H. E. Senator Ahmed Makarfi and the Secretary of the Committee, Senator Ben Obi respectively; while other members of the Committee had no portfolios assigned to them at the National Convention”.

“The National Chairman of the Party, Senator Ahmed Makarfi, reiterated that the Committee will not exceed the period given to them by the National Convention to reorganize, reform and conduct a free, fair, credible and all inclusive National Convention,” the statement said.

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