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G-5 Governors and Atiku’s Failure at the Presidential Election: Nyesom Wike’s View

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G-5 Governors and Atiku's Failure at the Presidential Election Nyesom Wike's View

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According to Rivers State governor, Nyesom Wike, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, lost the presidential election due to ignoring the warnings of the G-5 governors.

Wike believes that if the national leadership of the party had adopted principles of equity, fairness and justice as they approached the presidential election and heeded several appeals and demands on them, such a fate could have been avoided.

He reiterated that according to Section 7(3c) of their party’s constitution, there should be rotation of public offices; appointive and elective.

As a result, he argued that once the north completes its eight years at the presidency, it automatically goes to the south.

Wike also stated that he campaigned for true lovers of Nigeria to vote for a southern presidential candidate in accordance with equity and fairness principles.

He urged people to vote for Sir Siminialayi Fubara as gubernatorial candidate for continuity since his development goals had been fulfilled by constructing Chokocho-Igbodo Road that connects Etche to Imo State which was one of several promises he made to Etche people.

The governor criticized Tonye Cole by saying he lacked character and couldn’t steer affairs in Rivers State effectively as demonstrated by his congratulatory post on social media about Asiwaju Bola Tinubu which he pulled down within an hour.

Cole’s actions raised questions about his character especially since all those vying for political positions in Rivers voted against a southern presidency – except him – but now want support from Wike who has firm convictions about rotating power based on equity, fairness and justice principles.

This article was updated 3 months ago


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