The PDP National chairman was speaking in Kano during the inauguration of an eight-member committee set up to reconcile all aggrieved members of the party. The committee will be chaired by Alabo Tonye Graham-Douglas a former minister of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
According to Tukur there must be no communication gap at all levels of the party. He stressed the need to reconcile all disgruntled members if the position of PDP as the leading party in the country must be retained. He attributed this exodus to crises bedeviling the party across the country.
In his words: “Our party is losing membership. When we started in 1998 up till date, we have seen many people gone. We can’t allow it to continue like that. These people are still there. They are members of our party. They are still there. It means that they like the party.”