The former PDP chairman asked his successor to rebuild the ruling party.
The immediate past National Chairman of the People Democratic Party, PDP, Bamanga Tukur, has expressed confidence that his successor, Adamu Mu’azu, would rebuild the ruling party in line with the Transformation Agenda of the President Goodluck Jonathan administration.
Mr. Mu’azu was inaugurated on Monday at an emergency meeting of the National Executive Committee, NEC, of the PDP following Mr. Tukur’s resignation last week.
In a congratulatory letter dated January 21 to Mr. Mu’azu, the former chairman said his successor’s appointment was a call to serve his fatherland; and bestowed great responsibility on his shoulders.
Mr. Tukur said the emergence of the new chairman was a manifestation of his unique leadership qualities, visionary and purposeful disposition as well his immeasurable contributions to the growth of the party.
“It is my sincere prayer that Almighty Allah will endow you with wisdom to bring these positive and result-oriented qualities to bear as you assume the leadership of our great Party.
“Please accept the assurances of my continued support and esteem regards always,” Mr Tukur said.