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We will chase away Atiku, And Others,  rebuild PDP – Wike Says

 Wike: We will chase away Atiku, And Others,  rebuild PDP 



Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike yesterday spoke on how the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) would be mended in post-May period.

He said for the leading opposition party to be rebuilt, it should be liberated from vampires and buccaneers.


Rivers governor , who has been at loggerheads with the presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakr, and national chairman, Iyorchia Ayu, spoke during the inauguration of the 10-kilometre road constructed by his administration in Igwuruta, Ikwerre Local Government Area.


He blamed former Transportation Minister Rotimi Amaechi and Social Democratic Party (SDP) governorship candidate Magnus Abe for misleading Igbo and the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in the state.

Also receiving the leadership of the Ohanaeze Ndigbo at the Government House, Port Harcourt, the state capital, Wike said G5 was satisfied with the emergence of a president from the South.

He disclosed that the G5 contributed to the actualization of zoning and power shift to the South.

Justifying the position of G5 on the 2023 polls, Wike said those who violated the provisions of the PDP constitution for rotation of elective and appointive offices would be thrown out of the party.

According to wike : “We have finished the first phase of the war. We are going to the second phase of the war. In the second phase of the war, we must chase out the buccaneers and vampires. We are going to chase them out of the party, take our party and rebuild our party.

“These people left our party in 2014/2015 and our party lost in the election.

Again, they have come back, our party has lost again.

They have destroyed our party.

We are going to chase them out of our party. They have no role to play in our party.”

However, Wike said it was hypocritical for the national leadership of the PDP, which blatantly jettisoned provisions of Section 7 (3) C of the party’s constitution that recommends rotation of elective and appointive offices, to accuse the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) of not following its guidelines for the conduct of the general election.

He said: “You are blaming INEC chairman, he did not follow guideline.

You, did you follow our own constitution? He who seeks equity must come with clean hands. Whatever you sow, you will reap.”

The governor maintained that by breaching Section 7 (3) C of the PDP constitution, the PDP leadership had committed anti-party that led to its humiliating loss in the presidential election.

Nyesom said: “ personally not  an apostle of power shift.  have no apology to anybody.

however, I said power must shift from the North to the South. I did not commit any anti-party.

And fought for the unity of the country. Those of them at the national level in PDP committed anti-party.


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