The National Chairman of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Prince Uche Secondus on Thursday warned the All Progressives Congress (APC) to stop chasing its members and resolve the issue of insecurity in the country.

Uche Secondus, who led members of the National Working Committee (NWC) of PDP to visit the former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode (FFK), said, “we want to advise our brothers from the other side, especially some of these governors and leaders of APC that they should face the business of governance, jumping around and looking for critical stakeholders of our party to poach will not resolve the issue of security or economy.”

PDP National Chairman further stated: “They are aware that security has broken down, economy has broken down. They should face that business with which they were elected. I believe that this country belongs to all of us and we need unity to move it forward.”

He warned the APC that Fani-Kayode will not leave PDP, Secondus said, “our brother is firm and a man of his word. There is no amount of trick that will make him sway otherwise. He is firmly with PDP and we are back to business while will prepare for 2023. The most important thing is that the country must be one and the APC government headed by Buhari should resolve the issue of security.”

In his words, the former Minister of Aviation disclosed that he has never left the PDP and that he’s still in the party, adding that whatever the problem, it has been resolved.

Fani-Kayode, who was delighted for the visit, said that they had a very fruitful meeting adding, “we had a very extensive and fruitful meeting and I want to say here and now that, whatever issue there may have been, has been resolved, we are moving forward as one. I never left the PDP, am in PDP and am proud to be here.Whatever the case maybe, what is happening in the country, the best thing for us to do, is to build bridges across party lines, across regional, ethnic and religious lines.By this, we will all be glad to have a country that we can call our own.”

He also added “Am delighted they have come. This is how it is supposed to be. In any political family if anybody feels hurt, people are meant to reach out. And this is an example of any quality leadership that the National Chairman of the PDP and his Working Committee have provided for our party.”

“Had it not been for this quality leadership throughout the last few years and months, our party would have fallen apart. They have gone all over the country, reaching out to people, keeping us together safe when our party was almost taken away from us. They have done a very good job and am very proud of them.”

Tanimu Turaki, the Minister of Special Duties,  said, “let it be known to all and sundry that we are united, we are together. FFK is still in PDP, will continue to be in PDP and will remain in PDP.”

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