The DG said this in a paper entitled: ‘Internal Democracy in Political Parties and Prospects for New Nigeria’ in Abuja, yesterday.
As reported, by THE PUNCH, in Lukman’s words: “Although progress is being made to enhance the processes of election management in the country, management of political parties remained very backward.
“The practice across all Nigerian parties is that political leaders aspiring to contest elections for political offices recruit members.
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“The aspiring political leader influence choices of party leaders based on estimation of loyalty. jamb results
“The loyalists who emerge as political leaders, in turn, become delegates during party primary for the selection of candidates for election, who then confirmed the aspiring political leader as the party’s candidate for election.
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