The Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) has denied any merger arrangement with any political party ahead of the 2023 general elections.
The party’s National Publicity Secretary, Ibrahim Adamu Tudun Doki, in a statement yesterday, said the reports making the rounds on social media that PRP had merged with other parties was false and urged Nigerians to disregard them.
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He said PRP as the oldest political party in the country was strong enough to go into the 2023 general elections on its own, noting that the party would only consider merger after its primaries.
Meanwhile, the party has announced May 31, 2022, for the conduct of its presidential and governorship primaries.
Doki said the PRP presidential primary would take place in the states while the collation would take place at its national headquarters in Abuja.
He further said the senatorial primaries of the party would take place on May 30, while the House of Representatives and state assemblies primaries was slated for May 27.