The Peoples Democratic Party will at its National Executive Committee meeting consider its new constitution, it said in a statement on Friday.
The party, in the statement by its National Publicity Secetrary, Chief Olisa Metuh, said the NEC would approve the constitution.
It stated, “The corrected version of the PDP Constitution approved at the 2012 Convention will be presented to NEC for ratification.”
The ruling party said it was ready to convene its NEC meeting but did not state when it would hold.
The PDP said one of the items to be presented at the impending NEC meeting would be the issue of setting up standing and ad-hoc committees in the party.
It stated, “The approval of NEC in this regard will assist in widening the scope of participation by party stakeholders in the mobilisation and sensitisation efforts and help the national leadership in driving the vision and manifesto of the party to ensure the success of the Transformation Agenda of the President Goodluck Jonathan-led PDP administration.”
The party clarified that the on-going ministerial briefing was aimed at assessing and evaluating the performances of federal ministers in delivering their mandates in the interest of all Nigerians.
“A report on the exercise will be exhaustively discussed between the President and the leadership of the party,” it said.