The Peoples Democratic Party on Thursday said that it was still negotiating with the party`s major stakeholders including the aggrieved governors who defected to the opposition, All Progressives Congress (APC).
This was contained in a statement by Olisa Metuh, the party`s National Publicity Secretary.
The statement also debunked media reports that some senators walked out on the party`s National Chairman, Bamanga Tukur, when he visited the Senate to meet PDP senators on Wednesday, Dec. 4.
The party described the reported walkout as “totally false and deliberately planted “by its enemies to mislead the public and impede efforts by its leadership to achieve total reconciliation of its aggrieved members.
According to the statement, the National Working Committee of the PDP had resolved to ensure that all issues were handled along the lines of the party's constitution and ideals, the 1999 constitution and other laws of the land.
The party therefore urged all its members to remain calm and focused to enable it to come out of its current challenges stronger than ever.
Meanwhile, Amaechi and the other aggrieved governors while reacting to Tukur’s comment on their defection advised the PDP to face issues rather than chasing shadows.
They insisted that they had left the PDP for good.