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2015: Jonathan To Inaugurate Presidential Campaign Team Monday, Appoints Fani-Kayode, Peter Obi, Others, Campaign Directors

Ahead of the February 14 presidential election, President Goodluck Jonathan will inaugurate his campaign team on Monday in Abuja. A pres...

GEJ-FFK Ahead of the February 14 presidential election, President Goodluck Jonathan will inaugurate his campaign team on Monday in Abuja.
A press release by the Special Adviser on Political Matters to the President, Prof. Rufai Alkali, on Thursday, said the inauguration will take place at the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential campaign office at Legacy House, in the Maitama District of Abuja by 2p.m.
According to Alkali, the Chairman of the Board of trustees of the PDP, Chief Tony Anenih, has been appointed the national campaign adviser, while a former National Chairman of the PDP, Dr. Ahmadu Ali, will serve as the Director-General of the campaign organisation.
A former minister, Tunde Adeniran, will serve as deputy director general of the campaign’s head office, while the duo of Special Duties Minister, Kabiru Turaki and ex-Anambra governor, Peter Obi, will serve as Deputy Directors-General for North and South respectively.
Quite surprisingly, former All Progressives Congress, APC, chieftain and ex-Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, made the cut as Director of Media and Publicity, while former Information Minister, Prof. Jerry Gana, heads the campaign’s contact and mobilization unit.
Other members of the campaign team include a former Minister of Information, Aliyu Umar, who will head the directorate of administration and logistics, while ex-Finance Minister and Senator, Nenadi usman, will head the finance directorate.
Former Senator Nimi Amange will head the directorate of Planning, Research and Statistics, the directorate of security and intelligence will be headed by Emmanuel Imohe, and Youth Mobilisation by PDP’s National Youth leader, Abdullahi Maibasira.
The release also indicates that Nick Eze will head the directorate on Civil Society and Support groups, while Becky Igwe will head that of Women Mobilization.
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