Former National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Senator Ali Modu Sheriff, has regretted that treasury looters have taken over the party. Sheriff, in a message to Punch Newspaper through the spokesperson for the National Working Committee sacked by the Supreme Court, Mr. Bernard Mikko, said it was wrong for the Makarfi-led caretaker committee to have said the PDP would grant him and members of his former executive committee “amnesty”. He said that Sheriff and his group did not occupy the national secretariat of the party illegally, adding that the party belonged to all. He said, “I take exception to the reckless statement credited to Prince Dayo Adeyeye, suggesting that amnesty has been granted to Senator Ali Modu Sheriff, his National Working Committee and supporters. Amnesty is a reprieve for those who have committed offence under our statute.” “I am, therefore, concerned about the future of our party in the hands of some of those who are known to have pending criminal cases, bordering (on) fraud, treasury looting and dishonesty, with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.