Bauchi State Governor Isa Yuguda affirmed that the Peoples' Democratic Party (PDP) and the National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting was a success. On the allegations that it did not last long, the Governor explained it was a sign that all is well within the party.
Speaking to State House Correspondents, he said he met with President Goodluck Jonathan in company of his Gombe State counterpart, Ibrahim Dankwambo, after the PDP NEC meeting.
As brief as the meeting was, Yugyda assured, it was convened specifically to ratify the date for the forthcoming mini-convention of the party taking place in the Southwest next weekend.
Yuguda said, particularly, "The meeting went on very well, very short and straight to the point. It was just for the ratification of the date for the convention, that was all".
On what to expect at the party, the Governor said, "A lot of goodies.
"People were disturbed that it lasted for only 15 minutes? It shows that the family is together and that everybody is working together.
"Is this the sign of good things to come? Oh, yes, we are now happy with one another. The family is together and If there was a problem, we would have stayed longer to solve it."
He also assured that the crisis in the Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF) was being resolved and that the body was regaining its bearing adding that they will storm the villa for the regular National Economic Council meeting.