2023 Elections: "Why We Are not Excited over Wike's Reapproval of Stadium for Rally", Atiku's Campaign Team
- The PDP's presidential campaign council in Rivers has reacted to Governor Nyesom Wike's decision to approve a stadium for its rally
- According to the campaign council on Wednesday, February 8, it is not excited over the Rivers governor's gesture
- The campaign team said it no longer takes Wike's words seriously because he is fickle in decision-making
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Rivers - The Atiku/Okowa campaign team in Rivers has said that it is not excited by Governor Nyesom Wike’s reapproval of the use of Adokiye Amiesimaka stadium for its campaign rally.
According to the spokesperson of the campaign council in the state, Leloonu Nwibubasa, on Wednesday, February 8, the organization cannot take Governor Wike by his words any longer, PM News reports.
Nwibubasa claimed that this was because of the Governor’s penchant for ‘giving and taking back at will’.
He added that Wike must also properly communicate the reapproval for the use of the facility to the PDP's leadership, the same way he informed it of the revocation.
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The spokesman said:
“The same way the Government wrote to National Director-General of PDP Presidential Campaign Council withdrawing the approval, it should write a formal letter of re-approval."
He said Wike’s withdrawal of Certificate of Occupancy of Senator Lee Maeba’s property in Port Harcourt because of political differences exemplifies the fickleness associated with his method of making decisions.
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Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state has given insights into the preferred presidential candidate he and his allies will support in the forthcoming poll.
Wike who is the arrowhead of the G5 Governors said the individual must have a quality of keeping to his words and will not renege on any agreement entered into with them.
The Rivers state governor made this known on Wednesday, January 18, at Rumuji-Odegwe town where the Rivers chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) held a rally to inaugurate its campaign in Emohua Local Government Area.
Legit.ng gathered that Wike told a PDP stalwart, Ohna Sergeant Awuse, who earlier declared that party stalwarts in the state were anxiously waiting for his directive on the presidential election, to exercise patience.