The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has inaugurated a 37-member caretaker committee in Anambra State headed by a former minister of health, Prof. ABC Nwosu.
This followed the dissolution of the three factional executives in the state.
Inaugurating the committee yesterday in Abuja, chairman of the party’s national caretaker committee, Senator Ahmed Makarfi urged them to use their mandate in line with the provisions of the party’s constitution.
Makarfi, a former governor of Kaduna State also tasked the committee to work hard in order for the party to reclaim power in the state on November 18.
In his acceptance speech, Nwosu said, “To defeat an incumbent governor is no easy task but we can do it and we will do it not by any unfair means but by reconnecting to the people and reconvincing them that PDP provides the best platform for relieving the burden of everyday living of Ndi Anambra. We are certain that we can do this.
“We plead with members who have left the party to come back so that all shall join hands for the difficult task in the months ahead.
“We shall endeavor to keep the front door open so as to discourage all who are used to using back-doors and other means. Our mantra shall be that the front door works better.”