The National Rescue Movement (NRM) has fixed its national convention for March 30 in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory.
This was contained in a statement jointly issued Saturday by the chairman, NRM caretaker committee, Surv Usman Abubakar Jikamshi and the party’s caretaker National Publicity Secretary, Prince Chinedu Obi.
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It would be recalled that following the dissolution of the executive committees at all levels of the party structure (Polling units, Wards, Local Government, State and National), a national caretaker committee of the party was constituted in December 2021.
The caretaker committee was saddled with the responsibilities of running the affairs of the party, including conducting state congresses and National Convention, where officers that will run the party for the next four years at all levels would be elected.
The event, according to the statement, would be held at the M&M Event Centre, Area 11, Garki, Abuja and will begin with accreditation of delegates at 9.00am prompt.
“The convention will witness a large turnout of party delegates and dignitaries from different parts of the country and the Diaspora.
“It will also be noted that in the party’s quest towards rescuing Nigeria from its current poor governance state, the NRM has in the last few months, engaged in mobilization and sensitization of like minds across the country, towards building a third force to salvage the nation”, he said.