Governor Nyesom Wike had on Thursday written a letter to the national PDP campaign council, informing them of his withdrawal from granting the party access to the use of Adokiye Amiesimaka Stadium, proposed venue for the Atiku Abubakar presidential campaign in Rivers State
In his letter, Wike accused the PDP at the national of working hand in hand with the APC in Rivers State to deliver its governorship candidate Pastor Tonye Patrick Cole against his choice Sim Fubara, thereby alleging that they have concluded plans to use the stadium with the APC candidate on 11th February.
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In a swift reaction, the PDP campaign council in Rivers State pointed out to Governor Nyesom Wike that if there’s anyone fully involved in anti-party, he’s the one and should first tell himself of such.
According to a letter signed by Senator George Sekibo and copied to Senator Ayu, the PDP national chairman, it stated that the party have gotten a credible information of Wike ordering party faithfuls to support the APC candidate, Bola Tinubu against the choice of Atiku Abubakar.
They also pointed out that the G5 group is a known anti-party group which Governor Nyesom Wike is part of and should as well remove what is in his eyes before turning to accuse others.