The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has inaugurated a caretaker committee to run the affairs of the party in Yobe State.
Performing the inauguration at the National Secretariat of the Party, in Abuja on Friday, the National Organising Secretary, Abubakar Mustapha, who stood in for the National Chairman, Ahmed Muazu, urged members of the Committee to spare no effort in bringing back all aggrieved and estranged members of the party to ensure an all inclusive participation in the forthcoming congresses of the party.
He expressed confidence that a transparent process will see the PDP take control of Yobe State, which has been in the hands of the opposition since 1999.
He congratulated members of the Caretaker Committee and charged them to justify the trust the party has reposed in them by performing their task excellently.
Responding, the Chairman of the Committee, Sule Doguwa, thanked the National Working Committee for finding them worthy of the assignment and pledged on behalf of his members not to betray the trust of the party.
Other members of the committee include Abba Gana Tata, Ali Nguru and Mairo Amshi.
Others are, Mohammed Jajere, Mohammed Gulani and Hassan Tasala while Ahmed Kaura is the Secretary.
The eight member Committee was sworn in by Barrister Chinedu Obienu (notary public) and the ceremony was witnessed by leaders of the party in Yobe State including the Minister of Science and Technology, Abdu Bulama and Adamu Waziri, a member of the PDP Board of Trustees.