The party lawmakers had passed a vote of confidence on Jonathan and endorsed him for second term.
He said; “Members of the PDP Governor’s Forum were present when the NASS Caucus declared their support for the president.
“I do not want to pre-empt the action of PDP Governors, but I can attest to their loyalty and their commitment to the success of Mr President come 2015.’’
Akpabio said the meeting also attended by members of the National Working Committee of the party led by the National Chairman, Alhaji Adamu Mu’azu, discussed how to deepen internal democracy.
He added that it was also held to strategise on how best they could serve the masses to retain their love and vote for the PDP in 2015.
“Taking a cue from what had happened in Ekiti, if we are able to carry out proper internal democracy, then the main election will be less rancorous.
“At the end the party will sail through with a view to getting up two-thirds of the states of the federation as it was when we started in 1999.’’
He said the meeting also commended Jonathan for his strides in governance, particularly in the education sector.
“He is the first Nigerian president to establish up to 10 federal universities at a go which is highly commendable.
“We equally commend his giant strides in the power sector and other areas.
“We believe that our performance will still endear us to Nigerians and that is what we looking forward to.