A group, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Core Supporters Network, has said a book on the achievements of the party while in government for 16 years would be launched on December 18, News Agency of Nigeria reports.

The group, in a statement by Alhaji Kabiru Attajiri and Dare Balogun, the national coordinator and national secretary respectively, in Abuja on Wednesday, November 7 said the book would showcase the success stories of the party. PaceTV.ng gathers that the group said the launching of the book, which would coincide with the 20th Anniversary of the party, is slated for Abuja.

The statement read: “PDP Core Supporters Network (PDP-CSN) is the umbrella body of all PDP NGO’s with mandate to mobilise, advocate and canvass grassroots support for our great party and all its candidates.

“In our efforts to achieve this, the organisation designed the above programme which is to celebrate the 20 years anniversary of our great party, launching a publication on PDP success stories, as well as honouring those who have contributed to the success stories.

“Through this programme, we will let Nigerians know that no government has fought corruption as much as PDP has done.
“It is on record that PDP-led federal government has removed from office and prosecuted some past corrupt government officials.”
It noted that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) were creations of a PDP-led federal government.
The group said the launching of the book and the anniversary celebration would refresh the memories of Nigerians on the past good works of the party.
Meanwhile, PaceTV.ng previously reported that the Peoples Democratic Party had appointed Senate president Bukola Saraki as the director general of its Presidential Campaign Council (PCC) ahead of 2019 general elections.
The national publicity secretary of the party, Kola Ologbodiyan, made this known in his official twitter handle, @OfficialKolaO, on Tuesday night, October 15.
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