By M. Peter, Jos.

There may soon be a genuine reconciliation between all the factions in the crisis ridden Plateau state chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

Two leading stalwarts in the party, Senator Jonah Jang, former governor of Plateau and Senator Jeremiah Useni met at the weekend and they restated their commitments to work together and reposition the Party ahead of the 2023 elections.

“Let us work together”, Senator Usen, the 2019 governorship candidate of the party told Jang, a former governor of the state during the meeting.

The PDP in Plateau has been ridden in crisis where factions locked party secretariat in Jos

Senator Jang in company of three members of the House of Representatives; Simon Mwadkon, Musa Bagos, Istifanus Mwansat as well as some serving and former members of the state assembly and other politicians paid a solidarity visit to Senator Useni in his residence in Jos, during the weekend.

The visit, according to a statement by Useni’s Media Consultant, Yiljap Abraham was to appreciate Useni’s doggedness from the tribunal to the Supreme Court, in his bid to upturn the victory of Governor Simon Lalong in the 2019 election.

2023: 'Let's work together'- Useni tells Jang Useni welcoming Jang during the visit.

Jang who called for genuine forgiveness among aggrieved members told his host, “Let us work together to build a formidable party in the state, and to prepare to take over power in 2023.”

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Useni in his response said he was happy to receive Sen. Jang and the team that came with him, stressing, “Let us work together. Unless we join our hands, we will be wasting time. We must accept each other, believe in each other and work as a team, exchanging ideas to work for one common good in 2023.

“Yes, we have some problems. But there is no problem that cannot be solved. This is a very good meeting. We are all in PDP, and PDP is the party in Plateau state. The main thing we must emphasize is working together for the benefit of the party and Plateau.”