Prof Tunde Adeniran

National Chairman

Alhaji Shehu Musa Gabam

SDP National Vicey Chairman (North)

Alhaji Dr. Ahmed Isiaq Abdul is the National Deputy Chairman of SDP. He is from Kaduna State.

He is a revolutionary social reformer, a criminologist, an Engineer and a veteran grassroots politician.

He is Consultant in Anger Management and a Fellow of Professional Institute of Nigeria (fpin) and Member, Institute of Management Consultants

Dr Olu Agunloye

SDP National Vice Chairman (South)

Olu Agunloye is a Nigerian politician who is former Minister of Power and Steel and former Minister of State for Defence. In 2016 he joined the Social Democratic Party and became a candidate for Governor of Ondo State

Alhaji Shehu Musa Gabam

National Secretary of SDP

An astute politician and former Chief Staff to the Government of Bauchi State.

Bar. Joseph Abu

National Legal Adviser, SDP

Eng Clarkson Nnadi

National Treasurer, SDP

Hajia Maggie Batubo

National Women Leader, SDP

Maggie Mariam Batubo, the National Women Leader of the Social Democratic Party of Nigeria, was born in Buguma in 1962 in Asari Toru Local Government Area of Rivers State.

She attended the Township School, Works (now Moscow) Road, Port Harcourt, obtaining her First School Leaving Certificate in 1976.

She obtained a Bachelor of Science degree (B.Sc. Hon) in Sociology from the University of Port Harcourt in 2007.

She has been engaged as a professional caterer, running the “3 Meals Catering Company,” a vibrant catering service business for about three decades now, having honed her skills at the Delta Hotels Catering School in Port Harcourt.

In 2003, she ventured into politics, joining the Movement for the Restoration and Defence of Democracy (MRDD). Her contributions in this movement propelled her to the position of the Rivers State Women Leader. Her skills at social mobilization have stood her in good stead in her political activities.

Maggie Batubo was a founding member of the Niger Delta People’s Salvation Front (NDPSF), leading the Rivers State front until 2006, when she went on to join the Democratic People’s Party (DPP) of Nigeria, again rising to the position of Rivers State Women Leader.

Contributing to the efforts to forge the Social Democratic Mega Party in 2011, she emerged as the National Women Leader. She was elected the National Women Leader of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) in 2013, a position which she has held till date, and in which she is exhibiting a remarkable performance.

Rt. Hon Emeka Atuma

National Organising Secretary, SDP