Eleven-member committee be co-chaired by the former Benue and Kano State military governor, Colonel Aminu Isa Kontagora, and one time national chairman of the Nigeria Chambers of Commerce, Industries Mines and Agriculture, NACCIMA, Alhaji Umaru Ndanusa, to reconcile aggrieved Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, as a result of the conduct of the last state congress of the party.
Other members of the committee were former Niger State deputy governor, Dr Zamgbayi, and one time national youth leader of the party, Garba Umoru
The state chairman of the party, Barrister Tanko Beji disclosed this in Minna on Tuesday when he received a delegation of PDP loyalists from his Bosso Local Government Area, saying the committee would immediately begin its assignment and was optimistic that with the calibre of people in the panel all feuding members would be brought back to the fold.
“We will not allow anyone to leave the party. We will continue to talk to those that are aggrieved but if they decide not to return there is nothing that we can do than to allow them to have their wish,” Beji said.
A group knowns as ‘Concerned PDP Members’ last weekend formed a parallel executive council and pledged their loyalty to the Ibrahim Mantu group of the party at the national level.
Beji told the delegation that the new leadership of the party in the state would operate an open door policy, even as he said that the views of all members would always be entertained before decisions were taken.
According to him, the era of imposition of candidates on the people has gone forever while all forms of impunity will not be entertained anymore.
“We are reforming the PDP; we must all work together to rebuild our party,” he said.
Leader of the group and chairman of Bosso Local Government chapter of the party, Alhaji Danlami Aliyu said their visit was to appreciate God for making one of their sons the state chairman of the party.

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