Terms are being made by the leadership of the opposition party to settle the beef between Atiku
Abubakar and Governor Wike Nyesom
This time, the Labour Party’s presidential
candidate, Peter Obi visited the Rivers state governor on Monday, August 15
According to a source, Obi made the move
as soon as he heard the Wike’s (makeup) team
was around, but in a rush , they were disappointed because Atiku’s team didn’t show up
The presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP) Peter Obi, rushed to Port Harcourt, Rivers State, on
Monday, August 15, immediately after he was told that the reconciliation team from Governor Wike Nyesom’s camp was in the state, The Nation reported.
It was known that members of Wike’s team had reached Port Harcourt to wait for the team from the camp of the Peoples Democratic Party’s presidential candidate(PDP) Atiku Abubakar, for a arranged reconciliation talk
when they heard that Atiku’s team was not coming.
A source who’s identity remains unknown , who was in Port Harcourt with one of
Wike’s team members, said the Wike’s team was disappointed that Atiku’s camp Shifted the meeting without informing them.
A Members of Wike’s team
“The source, who spoke in confidence, mentioned
members of Team Wike, who were in Port Harcourt as Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia, Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue, former Governor Donald Duke, Olusegun Mimiko, Senator Olaka Nwogu, Dan Obi and PDP candidate for Bende Federal Constituency, Nnenna Ukeje among others”
The source said;
“There was supposed to be a reconciliation meeting between the team of Governor Nyesom Wike and that of the PDP Presidential Candidate, Atiku Abubakar
“While team Wike was present, the team of Atiku
Abubakar did not come. They didn’t communicate
any shift of the meeting to Team Wike. The Wike’s
team was already in Port Harcourt when they learnt that Atiku’s team was no longer coming. They shifted the meeting to this weekend. Wike’s team then followed the governor to the birthday celebration of former Governor Peter Odili.”
The source added that Obi only learnt about the presence of Wike’s people and decided to hurry down to Port Harcourt to meet with them
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