PDP flags off e-registration of members in Bayelsa council


To expand the support base of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Bayelsa State, stakeholders in Sagbama Local Government Area have commenced the e-membership registration process across all the wards in the council.

The flag-off exercise, which was supervised by the Vice-Chairman, West Senatorial District, Hon. Michael Magbisa and the State PDP Women Leader, Hon. Mrs. Christie Ebbeli,  witnessed the training of notable party members from each ward of the LGA to register intending members of the party in their various wards.

The trained party members were equally given smartphones with which they would take down to their wards to register new members of the party and also update information of members with membership cards on the party’s national server in Abuja.

The Women Leader, Mrs. Christie Ebbeli, however used the medium to call on all sons and daughters of Sagbama who were party faithful to register their membership with the party.

She also charged the trainers to carry out their new assignment diligently, stressing that the importance of the task was not beneficial to only the party but the LGA at large.

In a related development, there was a carnival-like atmosphere at Agbere, Sagbama LGA, as the Executive Chairman of SALGA, Hon. Embeleakpo Alale, received a large number of PDP faithful on Boxing Day.

Addressing the crowd, Embeleakpo thanked them for the show of solidarity while urging all Bayelsans to embrace the virtues of love, peace and tolerance which Jesus Christ exemplifies.

He stated: “It gives me great joy to see staunch members of the PDP assemble in my country home at Agbere to celebrate this festive season. The PDP umbrella under the leadership of  Governor Douye Diri is big enough to accommodate everyone interested in the development of our dear state. 

“As you know, SALGA is a stronghold and power base of the PDP and we shall continue to work hard to keep it that way.”

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