Breaking:‘Even With a Knife in My Head,I’ ll Stand For Justice,Equity’ -Mark Tells G-7 Governors

senate_president__david_mark 600“Even if you have a knife in my head, I will stand for justice, fairness and equity, President, Senator David Mark told warring factions of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Abuja today.

Responding the Alhaji Kawu Baraje led faction of the party who visited him at the over the unabating impasse, Senator Mark urged the warring groups come together and uphold a strong and united Party.

his part, he said he will remain in the PDP and would not live see a fallen Party just as he pleaded with party faithful that what ever happens they must not abandon the ship .

“We are stronger and better as one big , strong and united party . We need to work together and make our democracy sustainable,” Senator Mark told his guests.

In finding solution to the crisis rocking the ruling party, he counseled the opposing groups to lay the cards the table honestly and objectively.

In the , Senator Mark stated that the law makers elected the platform of the party will remain united and cohesive saying that what makes for the good of the nation and her citizens would be their watch word.

To this end , he maintained that the leadership of the has no intention to declare any seat of the senators or House of Representative members vacant on account of the crisis hoping that the issues would be resolved amicably soon.

Earlier Barage demanded among other things, recall of governor Rotimi Amaechi of Rivers from suspension as well as his as the elected chairman of the Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF).

The group also demanded the reversal of the dissolution of the Party Executives in Rivers and Adamawa states, removal of Alhaji Bamanga Tukur as National Chairman of the party, adherence to party constitution and total objection to third term from the back door.

The G-7 governors includes Babangida Aliyu of Niger , Sule Lamido of Jigawa, Murtala Nyako of Adamawa, Rotimi Amaechi of Rivers, Abdulfatah Ahmed of Kwara , Rabiu Musa Kwakwanso of Kano and Aliyu Wamakko of Sokoto .

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