The homegrown version of the crisis in the Peoples Democratic Party in Adamawa State worsened on Tuesday as Governor Murtala Nyako laid bare the woes of the party blaming them on the National Chairman Alhaji Bamanga Tukur.
Nyako said since his assumption of office, Tukur has heightened tension and brought calamity of immense proportion to the PDP.
Addressing journalists in Abuja through Secretary to the Government of Adamawa State, Kobeis Aris, Nyako said it was saddening that since Tukur became the national chairman, the PDP has continued to be in crises.
He said that this was an evidence that he lacks the capacity to lead the party.
Tukur is an indigene of Nyako’s state.
“Tell me anything good that has come out of the party since he became the chairman. Rather, he has brought the party to ridicule;he has reduced the party to one day, one trouble.
“If not removed now, Bamanga will lead the party to perfidy. All the states chapters are in crisis. The national headquarters of the party is in chaos.
“It is evident that Bamanga, who is our father, cannot lead the party. He can however remain in office if the leaders of the party want it dead”, he said.
He said it was unfortunate that The PDP chairman decided to fight his state governor, Murtala Nyako even when there was no need for it.