National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Adamu Mu’azu, yesterday called for prayers and divine intervention in the onerous task of his new position as the chairman of the ruling party, saying that his job is not an easy one.
“Put me in your prayers, the job is not easy, pray to God so that with my colleagues, God will make it easy for us”
Mu’azu spoke yesterday when he received a delegation of the Kebbi State state chapter of the PDP, led by the state governor, Alhaji Saidu Usman Dakingari, at the party secretariat in Abuja.
He stated that with the calibre of dignitaries on the delegation, it will be difficult for any party to beat PDP in Kebbi state.
“With the people that I have seen in this room, no party can win in Kebbi State apart from the PDP,” Mu’azu said.
He, however, appealed to the delegation to heed the call of the governor and mend fences among all stakeholders ahead of the 2015 general election; noting that it is only God that gives power to whoever he wants.
He also reiterated the commitment of the party’s National Working Committee (NWC) to accord recognition to all those who in one way or the other, contribute to the success of the party, adding that it will be a clear departure from the past when people who worked for the party were reportedly left out in the scheme of things.
“Under my leadership, we will not neglect anyone’s contribution, I urge you to, therefore, contribute to the success of the party. We will tell the president that those who contributed need to be compensated and rewarded for their effort,”he said.