National chairman of the Peoples Democratic Movement (PDM), Alhaji Bashir Yusus has said the party was committed to internal democracy and discipline.
He equally disclosed that 5 million registration cards had been printed for manual registration of new members.
In a statement made available, Yusuf dropped the hints in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, while addressing stakeholders of the party in the South-south zone on party guidelines and structures of offices.
According to him, the on-line registration of more than 2.5 million members was on-going, adding that the congress and formal launching of the party would take place after the formation of party structures in states and local government areas across the country.
He disclosed that stakeholders’ committees had been constituted to organise election into various offices in the party two months after the congress.
“The party wants to make a difference from what is going-on today in the country. Nigeria is the only country in the world where people are ready take away from and are not ready to put in anything; if we bring the right attitude and be ready to sacrifice, the change will come,” he said.
Yusus assured that party secretariat and funds would be made available to states in the zone to enable them fulfill the party’s dream.
According to him, the Peoples Democratic Movement was three and half months old in politics but poised to make a change in the Political landscape of the country.
In his remark the National Treasurer of the party, Dagogo Emmanuel who is from the zone welcomed the National chairman to the South- south and pledged the commitment of the zone to work for the development and success of the party. remarking that the over 270 delegates who attended the zonal meeting were very committed to the party.
Rivers State Chairman of the party, Honorable George Ngbor, said efforts are being intensified to mobilise the People to embrace the change PDM offers.
Ngbor said efforts are on top gear to reach out to eminent persons in the Senatorial districts, local government areas and wards in Rivers State and assured that the party would win election come 2015.