PDP to Collaborate with Chinese Communist Party

The ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has promised to collaborate with the Chinese Peoples National Congress to strengthen its leadership, control, sustainability and dependence.

Addressing the press in Abuja on Wednesday, during a visit from Mr Zhang Dejiang, the Chairman of the congress, PDP National Chairman, Alhaji Bamanga Tukur said ,"The need for the enactment of true party values between both parties and their countries are of paramount importance to us all".

"This will help to streamline ideologies, modify beliefs, manage conflicts and accelerate functionality of internal party democracy".

"Certainly, when bilateral ties are concretised, political actions will be stimulated to eliminate impending political barriers and complexities of diversity will be minimized,’’ he said.

He noted the unrivaled powers vested on party leaders in the Chinese Communist Party and the excellent orientation of its members. Tukur also extolled the validity of ideologies and the vast experience of the dynamics of party administration in the communist party.

"We shall, therefore, imbibe your system of power control, mobilization, tradition, disciplinary trends, internal conflict resolution, funding, support and techniques in our political structure".

Responding to Tukur's speech, Dejiang said that his visit was prompted by the invitation he received from President Goodluck Jonathan, when the president visited China in July.

He promised to share experience with the PDP on party building as the ruling party in Nigeria, adding that the congress would teach the party how to develop party politics.

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