Former Deputy National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP ), Chief Bode George said former members of the party who left for the All Progressives Congress (APC ) are mere tenants who are already on their back to the PDP.
Chief George, who picked up the PDP chairmanship nomination form for the August 17 National Convention on Friday, said he would bring the party back to its winning ways if he wins the vote.
“It takes an experienced captain to stabilise a ship hit by a tornado . And if you know the crisis in PDP , that is the position the party is facing right now.
“But I am happy that all is not lost, and the condition has been enhanced; zoning has gone extremely well. I have paid my dues in this party and I should not be afraid of anybody,” he said.
Chief George promised to bring every member of the PDP on board if he emerges, adding, “even those of our friends who were angry and left for APC, they are tenants there because they are landlords in PDP.
“If we are lucky and we get the right leadership who is fair and just and committed in the party, they will come back. ”
He warned the ruling party, the APC to get ready for serious engagement because PDP has started a cohesive battle ahead 2019 general elections.