The leadership crises rocking the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) at the national level would soon be resolved, the former governor of Kogi State, Captain Idris Wada, has said.
Wada, who said there are several meetings ongoing which are anchored by the National Working Committee of the PDP, added that there was no cause for alarm as the party will come out strong.
Speaking at the venue of the North West PDP congresses held in Kaduna on Saturday, May 14, 2016, Captain Wada said the reality of being an opposition is reflecting on their members who are now determine like never before to move the party forward.
“Everybody in the PDP is beginning to see in one way or the other what he can do to move the party forward. People are cooperating for the PDP to rise again and become a strong vibrant party that has a future in the leadership of our country.”
“So, I could see spirit of cooperation and determination from the PDP members. We made effort to ensure a free zonal election and we came up with a strategy that works,” Wada said.
While speaking on the leadership tussle in the PDP, the former Kogi Governor, Wada, said, “We are having several meetings.”
“This is in the hands of our National Working Committee. As a leader and member of the PDP, what we are doing now is having several meetings and consultations to put our heads together and iron out our differences so that we can move forward as one united PDP,” Wada said.
When asked about the current leadership crises in his home state Kogi, Wada said he was not happy over the crises. “We look up to God almighty and the determination of the members of our party, PDP.”