The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the South-West has urged the party organs in the six states of the zone to ensure compliance with the directive of the party’s National Chairman, Dr. Bamanga Tukur on the 30 days grace for the registration of former members of the party that are willing to return to its fold.
The party, however, said the directive was only for former members not members, who have not left the party, adding that; “The registration should be done in the party’s old registers in the wards.”
Zonal Publicity Secretary of the party, Mr. Kayode Babade, who made this call in a release issued today, said no state chapter of the party should issue new registers for the exercise, adding that “the clarification has become necessary to avoid misconception.”
The PDP National Chairman last week issued an ultimatum to all aggrieved members and those who left the party but are interested in coming back to do so within 30 days.
Directing strict compliance with the directive, the South-West PDP said with total reconciliation of all aggrieved members and those who left the party, it was confident that very soon, the party would begin to sing the slogan of PDP, one family, once again.