In an effort to resolve the lingering crisis of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Rivers State governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike on Tuesday revealed what is important to him and his camp concerning the issue.
In a statement, Governor Wike said what is important to all of them is to ensure that the unity of the party is not endangered.
The Rivers state governor made the statement while briefing journalists after a closed door meeting with Senator Adolphus Wabara, acting chairman of the Board of Trustees (BOT) of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), in Government House, Port Harcourt.
Governor Wike reiterated that he and his allies were not leaving the party, but are more interested that the contending internal issues be addressed adequately.
“What’s important is that the house is united for the war that is coming in front. So, for me, the issues of whether they achieved peace or not today is immaterial. What is material is that PDP is united. What is important is to have unity, even if it takes you longer days. I think that is the message he (Wabara) is conveying.” – Wike said.
“We have said repeatedly that we are not leaving the party. We have said so. But that does not mean that there are no internal issues that ought to be sorted out. I think what they are here for, is to see how they can sort out some internal issues.” – Wike said.
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