Author(s): Chris Onyeose
September 7, 2013
A member of the House of Representatives, Bashir Babale, has urged President Goodluck Jonathan, to reconcile all aggrieved members of the PDP.
Babale, who represents Ungoggo/Minjibir Federal Constituency in Kano State, said on Friday, that the crises in the party needed the intervention of the president to end.
He said reconciliation was part of politics and would help to move the party forward.
Babale, expressed concern over the threat by the National Chairman of the party, Bamanga Tukur, to dissenting members, saying it was not in the best interest of the party.
“It is all about leadership. Some people within the party are not comfortable with the pattern at which the party is being run and because we are running a democracy they have the right to protest and said this is how we want things to be,” he said.
He commented on the emergence of the All Progressive Congress, saying it would not be a threat to the PDP in 2015.