He said: "Being a founding father of PDP, and because we have an umbrella that is big enough to accommodate everybody; our doors are wide open for him (Atiku) to come back to his home without any preconditions".
Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar who on Friday dumped the All Progressives Congress, APC, has arrived Yola to a tumultous welcome by a mammoth crowd of People's Democratic Party, PDP, supporters.
Guardian said the Peoples Democratic Party, has urged former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, to return to its fold, following his resignation from the All Progressives Congress.
The Sun reported that Fulani Youth Association of Nigeria (JAFUYAN) has vowed to take a definite stand over the killings of their kinsmen in Numan, Adamawa State, "if Federal Government fails to act fast".
In his own remark, Dr Domic, who is now seeking to become the chairman of PDP in Lagos, observed that should Atiku decide to return to his former party, it would be a case of the more the merrier.
"I have said it times without number, that the president needs to consolidate on his achievements because he is very popular. I'm curious to see which APC governor will go with Atiku", he said.
There was no immediate comment from the APC but the PDP said it received news of the resignation "with joy".
The party's National Publicity Secretary, Bolaji Abdullahi, made this known Friday in Abuja.
"For us, politics is all about interest, so, if the former Vice President feels that his interest is better served elsewhere, we don't have any issues with that".
"And it takes many years and we will continue to improve our system to get the kind of party we want to really build", Abdullahi said.