Adamawa Governor Ahmadu Fintiri is positive in his remarks on the progress of conciliatory effort to settle the post-primary election crisis rocking the PDP in the lead-up to the 2023 elections.
Fintri who chairs the reconciliation committee is also an associate of the arrowhead of the crisis, Rivers Gov Nyesom Wike who lost the primary to ex-V.P. Atiku Abubakar, and refuses to be pacified.
On Friday, Wike and a party man allegedly fragged Atiku, PDP, and Tambuwal to court over the primary, ad that was coming amidst sizzling romance between Wike and APC whose leaders have een guesting on Wike’s invitaton to project commissioning.
Fintiri, who spoke to newsmen as he arrived at the Yola International Airport from Rivers on Saturday, said efforts to reconcile Wike with Atiku are progressing well.
“We are focused and the reconciliation is up and progressing. I am the chairman of the reconciliation committee between Atiku and Wike on Atiku’s side, and I assure you that we will get over it.
“We will continue to talk. Politics is about discussions. It is about understanding. Very soon we will be crossing the t’s and dotting the i’s to signify that the reconciliation is over and PDP is up and ready for success.”
Fintiri said the PDP views victory in the 2023 presidential election as a duty to Nigerians who are already confused.
“As a party, we are putting everything into this reconciliation to ensure that Atiku and Wike’s camps are back together as one united family for the success of the PDP.”