At Last, Wike Reveals what PDP G5 Will Do in 2023 Presidential Election

At Last, Wike Reveals what PDP G5 Will Do in 2023 Presidential Election

  • The Rivers state governor, Nyesom Wike, on Sunday, November 6, boasted that the bond between him and his allies in the PDP is unbreakable
  • Governor Wike disclosed this at the new Banquet Hall of Benue State Government House, Makurdi
  • The Rivers governor also noted that the plan of his allies is to save Nigeria in 2023, adding that no one can come between them

Makurdi, Benue - Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers has stated that he and some aggrieved governors on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) are bonded to save Nigeria in 2023.

Wike made this revelation when he paid a visit to Benue state on Sunday, November 6, Daily Independent reports.

Governor Wike
Wike said he and other PDP governors are bonded to save Nigeria in 2023 (Photo: @GovWike)
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The fiery Rivers governor boasted that no one can break the bond between himself and his colleagues in the PDP, no matter how hard the person tries.

According to him, the caucus has only one agenda which is to salvage Nigeria in the coming 2023 general election.

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He noted that some of his colleagues are not the talking type but added that the rest should not be taken for granted as they are capable of springing up surprises anytime.

His words:

“And if you look at us here, the way we are, people have tried to see how they can break us, you cannot. We are bonded to save Nigeria.
“That is why when you see all of us, we are impenetrable. Nobody can divide us. They have tried everything in this world to divide us, but no way.
“The way we operate; I will talk, we have people who don’t talk. You may be underrating them. By the time they will shock you, you will think it is Wike, it is not Wike you are seeing.”

Why I remain loyal to Wike, Ortom reveals

Samuel Ortom, the governor of Benue state, had disclosed that he would not abandon his Rivers state counterpart, Nyesom Wike, because he can be trusted and depended upon.

The governor made the revelation on Sunday, November 6, when he hosted a banquet to honour 4 other Governors in Makurdi, the Benue state capital.

Ortom maintained that Wike had donated a large amount of cash to Benue state during its trying time, and he would not leave him now.


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