Abuja - Governors in the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) said on Sunday that the resignation of PDP chairman, Bamanga Tukur, will bring peace in the party, according to Vanguard.
The PDP governors came to this conclusion after a meeting in Abuja.
The governors concluded that his style of administration had stirred up discord in the party since his election in 2012.
They have ordered that the a new replacement should be found from the North East geo-political zone for Tukur before he steps down at the March 2014 mid-term special convention.
The former Bauchi State governor, Adamu Mauzu, who lost the election to Tukur in 2012 is believed to be in contention for the post when it is vacant by March next year.
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