The Adamawa State chapter of PDP says they are making every effort to make sure former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar comes back to the Party.
Atiku defected from PDP to All Progressive Alliance, APC, in February 2014. His aim to contest for presidency on the platform of the Ruling Party failed.
Adamawa State Chairman of the party, Abdulrahman Bobboi, disclosed this at a press conference in the state capital Yola yesterday July 24th.
The state PDP chairman told newsmen that the Party's national hierarchy and the state chapter are making a collaborative effort to convince the ex-Vice president and other founding fathers, who left the party to come back to the party.
"The Former vice president was a founding member, was vice-president under the PDP and he is resourceful. He has acquired vast experience and should not be abandoned. They are working hard at the center and we're doing same here in his home state," he said
Going further he concluded that the ruling party APC has refused to allow Atiku with his intensive Knowledge help them find solutions to the challenges bothering the country.
"APC is not tapping his experience, we that know his resourcefulness will not give him breathing space until he returns," he hint hinted
Bobboi also announced that a reconciliation committee had been formed at the state level and would be headed by former Governor Boni Haruna to bring indignant members back to the party.