In an attempt to add his quota to the development of the country, the former pnational chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Professor Attahiru Jega, joined a political party as he braced up for 2023 as he is now a card-carrying member of the Peoples Redemption Party (PRP).
This was contained in a statement by the national publicity secretary, Alhaji Abdul Gombe, who stated that the Jega also chairs the SWOT analysis committee of the party to constitute the committees and decision was reached at the party’s 62nd National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting, which held in Kaduna.
According to the release , the publisher and chairman of the Trust group of Newspapers is also a member of the committee which mandate is to critically examine the strength of PRP, its weaknesses and the opportunities available to the party as well as threats to its existence and wellbeing
Other members of the committee include, Professor Momodu Kassim Momodu, Dr George Kwanashie, Comrade Ayo Sando, Dr Obi Osisiogwu and professor Nath Abraham.
Other committees set up include the membership mobilisation committee and the Finance and funding committee.
Gombe said, “The committees are also expected to review the performance of the party for better performance in the 2019 general elections with a view to repositioning the party for better performance in facing new challenges of Nigerian politics.” He added that that the committee is also to recommend to the party, strategies to adopt for its survival and growth.
He noted that the committees are to be formally inaugurated in Abuja on August 17, 2019 and are expected to file in their reports within two months from the day of their inauguration.