- Governor Nyesom Wike's quest to clean up injustice in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has intensified
- The pragmatic and radical governor says he will be exposing some of the stooges within the party
- According to the Rivers state governor, he will be hosting a media chat to reel out their names
Rivers, Port Harcourt - Amid the ongoing rift within the ranks of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state has vowed to uncover and bring to light some of the stooges in the party, The Nation reported.
The Rivers state governor made this known on Thursday, September 22 during a meeting with stakeholders in the Banquet Hall of the Government House in Port Harcourt, the state capital.
As gathered by Legit.ng, the outspoken governor disclosed that he will be exposing those falsely parading themselves as leaders in the PDP within 24 hours.
He said he will be reeling out their names during his upcoming media chat slated for Friday, September 23.
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Governor Wike said after the chat it would be left for Nigerians to decide if such people were still worthy of the ovation being accorded to them.
Wike wondered how the PDP, which could not unite the party was promising to unify Nigeria.
The meeting with stakeholders was said to have the attendance of party stakeholders across the 319 wards of the state.
PDP Crisis: "I will never dump PDP" - Governor Wike vows
Meanwhile, reports that the Rivers state governor, Nyesom Wike has plans to leave the opposition party, the Peoples Democratic Party has been debunked.
This was disclosed by the governor himself, who said that he was going to remain in the PDP with his supporters.
Wike also accused some key leaders of the PDP of dumping the party in 2015, when they were most needed.
PDP youths endorse Ayu amid rift with Wike
In another development, the PDP middle-belt youths have described Governor Wike and his cohorts as political desperados.
This is coming after Governor Wike and his camp withdrew from the presidential campaign council of the party.
According to the group, they advised the Rivers state governor to let down his guard and accept the decision of the party's hierarchy.