2022 National Convention: PDP delegates undergo accreditation
The accreditation of national delegates for the 2022 Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) National Convention has commenced at Moshood Abiola National Stadium in Abuja.
Delegates from different states of the federation are arriving at the venue for accreditation, and are being accredited simultaneously state by state, using the six geopolitical zones.
The delegates are being accredited with either their driver licence, INEC Permanent Voter Cards, or National Identity Cards on the list of delegates provided by the party.
As at the time of filing this report, Delta, Bayelsa, Akwa-Ibom, Kogi, Benue, Niger, Abia, Anambra have finished their accreditation.
Other states going on with their accreditations are: Adamawa, Sokoto, Nasarawa and Ebonyi. Oyo, Lagos and Ondo states are already at the venue waiting for their accreditation.
Chairman of the PDP Special Convention, David Mark and Governors of Bayelsa, Duoye Diri, his Delta counterpart, Ifeanyi Okowa, with other members of the convention committee visited various accreditation points to inspect the process.
The delegates are expected to move in groups to the velodrome area of the stadium, main venue of the convention after their accreditations.
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