Adeyanju also urged members of the party in the South-West to support Jonathan in his second term bid.
Adeyanju, who replaced the sacked Chief Bode Mustapha, said the president never signed any agreement with anyone that he would not contest in 2015.
Adeyanju made this stance known at a grand reception organised in his honour in Ilaro, by the Ogun State chapter of the PDP.
He said, “Today, our leader in the PDP is President and Commander-in-Chief of Armed Forces in Nigeria, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan. This man is from the South-South, the best thing we can do to sustain Nigeria is to take Nigeria turn-by-turn Nigeria limited. South-West has done two terms, South- South is there, and we should allow them to do two terms, that is how Nigeria can survive.
“The President should be allowed to run for second term because he represents the South-South. Others can take their turn when it gets to their turn.”
Adeyanju, a former member of Obasanjo’s faction of the party in the state, also expressed readiness to beg any aggrieved member in the interest of the unity of the party.
He however noted that the new strategies adopted by the PDP National Chairman, Alhaji Bamanga Tukur, to solve the crisis rocking the party had been yielding results.