Breaking: Uncertainty as PDP BoT Members Meet Wike in Rivers

Breaking: Uncertainty as PDP BoT Members Meet Wike in Rivers

  • Some leading members of the PDP met with Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state on Tuesday, October 4
  • The meeting was attended by delegates of the PDP's BoT led by the acting chairman, Adolphus Wabara
  • The meeting held in Port Harcourt is expected to help in resolving some of the major issues unsettling the opposition party

Port Harcourt, River state - Governor Nyesom Wike is said to be in a closed-door meeting with some members of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Board of Trustees (BoT).

The private meeting, as sources claim, is being held in Port Harcourt, Rivers state capital, The Cable reports.

Governor Wike
The meeting is being held in Rivers state (Photo: @GovWike)
Source: Twitter

It was gathered that the BoT members in attendance were being led by Adolphus Wabara, the PDP BoT acting chairman.

Channels TV has it that before the meeting began, Wike requested the BoT members to allow journalists to cover the session to avoid a distortion of facts.

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The general suspicion is that this meeting is part of the efforts to resolve the unrest threatening the stability of the PDP.

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