Nyako, in an interview with BBC Hause Service, during an afternoon programme (Shirin Rana), said some of the party’s stakeholders were still members of the party because of the political positions they are presently occupying.
“People are saying that the PDP is dead or about to die but a concerned person like me will remain in the party till it dies and give it a befitting burial. If PDP will die, let it die in our hands so that we will give it a befitting burial and mourn her, he said.
“The party is currently going through its worst times as a result of the highhandedness and anarchy with which the leadership of the party at the National level is addressing issues.
“The problem of the party lies with those stalwarts in Abuja that have succeeded in putting the party in a state of coma, and it is our fervent hope that they will be prevailed upon to do the right thing so that the party can be cured of its ailment." Nyako further alleged.
According to him, it was due to the decay of things in the party that some of the concerned governors started meeting with some powerful stakeholders in the party.
This, he revealed was the reason for their visit to Abeokuta on Saturday to meet with former president, Olusegun Obasanjo.