By Akin Akande, Abuja
Sule Lamido, Governor of Jigawa State today said that the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has the capacity and the sagacity to solve and overcome its own problems.
The governor disclosed that the Adhoc Committee set up last year to address the lingering crisis in the Adamawa State chapter of the party has submitted its report to President Goodluck Jonathan.
The Lamido committee was set up and inaugurated by President Jonathan last year December 21 to address issues in the state party.
Fielding questions from journalists in Abuja shortly after the meeting that was attended by governor Theodore Orji of Abia State; Secretary, Board of Trustees, (BoT), Senator Walid Jubrin and former Minister of Information, Professor Jerry Gana representing the BoT, some members of PDP National Working Committee (NWC) among others, Lamido said PDP doesn’t fear crises, as it has the capacity to manage issues.
“Do you know what they call human management? Naturally, in any human
gathering there are crises, there are problems, but you see, the PDP has the capacity and the sagacity to solve and overcome its own problems,” Lamido reiterated.
Speaking on the report of his committee on Adamawa, he said, “our report is ready and we are submitting it to Mr. President and I assure you that the report is wonderful.
“Look, we have been trying to work as a family, to get the family harmonized and what we are doing is in the interest of all key players in the party… those who feel aggrieved to come on board.
We have been able to bury our personal ambitions and interest for the sake of the party, because it is the only hope for Nigeria.
So, what we discussed here was, what do we do for the sake of PDP, for the sake of Nigeria’s interest. I want to assure that we shall not fail Nigerians,” he said.