Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Mu'azu sues for peace from his sick bed

The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Adamu Mu'azu, who is currently undergoing medical attention abroad has sued for peace among members of the party.
A statement by his media assistant, Tony Amadi, said Mu’azu would return to the country as soon as his doctors are satisfied with his medical condition.                  
He left the country last week and hopes to be back soon, the statement said.
According to Mu'azu's media aide, "The leader of the party, President Goodluck Jonathan, the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the party, Chief Tony Anenih and Senate President, Senator David Mark and members of the National Working Committee of the party are all aware of the Chairman's medical trip abroad."
“Having been a state governor on the platform of this party for eight years and having the grace of being a committed member for the past 16 years, I very much appreciate the reactions of some of our members like Governor Ayo Fayose, whose victory in Ekiti in June last year helped to strengthen our party, particularly in the South-west region.
“Nevertheless, in the larger interest of our party, we all must resolve to bury the hatchet, pick our pieces and move on to rebuild our party and return to our winning ways.
“Furthermore, my absence from the country lately has led to some apprehensions within the party resulting in various public interpretations, but the fact is, following the rigorous campaigns and its attendant toll on my health, I had to yield to the advice of my doctor to take a two-week bed rest for proper checks and recuperations. I am happy to inform all our members that I have been responding to care and will soon return to the country.
“Finally, I wish to charge all members that though we have had our setback, we are not down and out. The PDP remains the largest political party in this country. What we need now more than ever before is to unite as therein lies our strength as a family. "Fighting ourselves will not yield anyone any good. Our members therefore must remain focused and join forces with their leaders at all levels to actualise our collective quest to rebuild the PDP and repositioning it to regain power in 2019.”

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