He said by the time the party reconciled with its aggrieved members, it would make the desire attainable.
“It is our in house problem that created what made us to lose election and we are putting our house in order.
“I have promised to talk with everybody to come back to enable us to rebuild the party so that we can work as a team’’, Sheriff said.
He commended the leadership and members of the party in Benue over the re-election of Sen. David Mark in the Benue South Senatorial rerun election.
“The victory of Mark is a clear demonstration that Benue is for PDP.
He also commended them for not taking the laws into their hands on the ongoing attack in some parts of the state.
He said he would present their matter to the Inspector General of Police and other security agencies for appropriate action.
“As a party, we will be law abiding but our rights should not be taken for granted; for us leaders here, we will follow it up to make sure that none of our members are intimidated for nothing.’’
Earlier, Emmanuel said the delegation was at the party headquarters to brief Sheriff on the state of PDP in Benue state.
He, however, said that the party faced serious challenge following the victory of Mark in the last re-run.
“Several members of our party were beaten, severely injured and maimed while also having their properties worth millions of naira destroyed.
The chairman added however that opposition All Progressives Congress had refused to accept defeat.
“Benue had also witnessed massive attacks on several communities in Agatu Local Government Area. This resulted in the loss of hundreds of lives and property worth billions of naira.
“We have reason to believe that this recent attack on the Agatu people was punishment for their resolve to vote overwhelmingly for Sen. Mark.‘’