By Matthew Ajai-Kume
Aggrieved members of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), have resolved to bury their differences and work for the unity and victory of the party in 2023.
The Chairman of the PDP Governor’s Forum, and Governor of Sokoto State, Aminu Tambuwal disclosed this recently while briefing newsmen shortly after the meeting of the Forum at the Sokoto State Governor’s Lodge, Abuja.
The governor said the meeting while receiving briefing from the party’s National Reconciliatory Committee led by former Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki, on the journey so far, agreed that the party was still building stronger.
“As you can see all the governors of the party are in attendance for the Forum’s meeting, that is to show you that, none of them is thinking about dumping the party for any other political party,” Governor Tambuwal stated.
He said the party also agreed to sustain support to the President Muhammadu Buhari’s led Federal Government to fight insecurity in the country.
“We agreed to sustain support and work together with Federal Government to ensure that adequate peace and tranquility return to our country,” he added.
According to Governor Tambuwal, the meeting further appealed to the President to make adequate resources to state governments to provide infrastructure and other developments to the people.
“We called on the Federal Government to provide more resources to state governments to engender good governance, development and carter for the total well being of our people,” Governor Tambuwal stated.
In attendance were Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State and other 14 elected governors on the platform of the PDP.