Bamanga Tukur Calls Aggrieved Governors Ingrates
The war of words between the national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Alhaji Bamanga Tukur and the group of seven governors within the party continued yesterday with Tukur calling the governors ingrate.
Tukur, who stated this while speaking with journalists at his residence in Yola, Adamawa State yesterday, said that he was ready to sacrifice any individual in the overall interest of PDP and the unity of the country. He said these were paramount above individual interests.
According to him, he would apologise if he was found guilty of any wrongdoing in the process of bringing sanity and peace to PDP.
He explained that true reconciliation could only be attained in the party if the aggrieved party members agreed to shelve their individual interests in the overall interest of the party, which the founding fathers worked diligently to entrench.
Tukur said he was aware that some people were averse to his reformation agenda, because they did not want positive change where respect for the rule of law prevails, to be rooted in the party.
He decried the activities of the aggrieved members as ingratitude, as he said that in their desire to vent their anger, they felt no compunction about denigrating the party that had made them what they were.
“I am totally at a loss at the activities of these aggrieved governors who are occupying their exalted positions under the party, but felt no qualms about denigrating the party at will. These governors contested and won elections under it, but seem to forget all that, because they have an axe to grind, which is unfortunate. Those that are crying wolf over my reform agenda do not want change as they are averse to positive reforms being rooted in the party, because they know it will stop being business as usual for them,” he said.
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