(PDP) is opened to new to members, but there will not be special
privilege for anybody, its national chairman Sen. Ahmed Makarfi, has
said. Makarfi made the statement on
Thursday in Abuja when he received a delegation of PDP Rescue Group, led
by its chairman, Amb. Wiberforce Juta.
are open to reconciling with everybody. We are open to accepting new
entrants into the party, but no special privileges for anybody coming
into the party.
issue to be contemplated. No exclusivity. It will be inclusive without
any special privilege to anybody or group of individuals.
we need to do is that we will create level-playing field; and we don’t
lord it over those who have slaved for the party,’’ Makarfi said.
chairman stressed the need for the party to evolve mechanism for
dedicated and loyal party men and women, stressing that that is how the
members could remain committed.
“If there is no such mechanism,
people can question themselves; why do you have to continue exhibiting
such loyalty and commitment to the party?
“In some African countries, we didn’t hear of this kind of mobility, but in Nigeria, we are nomadic politicians.
“We have many nomadic politicians and they should behave well. They will be welcomed but I stand by what I have said earlier,” the chairman insisted.
earlier, the leader of the delegation, Juta commended Makarfi for his
magnanimity for extending a hand of fellowship to Sen. Sheriff and his
Sheriff and his supporters to positively respond to this gesture to
avail themselves to the abundant opportunities that abound in the PDP.
urged the chairman to appoint credible party members to be charged with
the responsibility of conducting credible congresses and the forth
coming non-elective and substantive elective conventions.
the Anambra governorship election, Adeyeye said that the peace effort
of the party in the state was already yielding fruits and indication
that the party would win the election slated for November 18.
He said that a substantive caretaker committee for the state would be constituted by next week.