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What Wike will do if PDP goes ahead with campaign on Monday- Party Chieftain

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Nyesom Wike’s ally, Senator Olaka Wogu has shared his thought about the lingering crisis in the Peoples Democratic Party ahead of the 2023 presidential campaign kick-off on Monday.

Wogu, who spoke expressly with newsmen over the weekend, said nobody can at this moment predict what Wike and his group will do if PDP insists that the party chairman, Iyorchia Ayu will retain his position.

The party chieftain expressed concern that it will be disastrous if the party leadership failed to address the issues with Wike’s camp and go ahead with campaign processes.

Wogu said Wike and his aggrieved members would have to meet to decide on the next line of action as elections draw near.

“There is no way anybody can tell what the Wike group will do. That will only emerge when the group meets. We have a group and the stakeholders own the process. Wike is not by himself; there are other governors, former governors, senators, BoT members and prominent members, who are sympathetic to his cause and are star members of the party.

“The issue is, what do they want to do with this defiance; do they want to stand against it or accept it? But like I said, whatever the group decides will be a product of consultation.

“Certainly, you can expect that if that (Ayu’s refusal to step down) is the position the party has taken, in spite of the hue and cry of these members of the party, it’s unfortunate and regrettable and it is something that the Wike people are likely to view in those lights,” Wogu told The PUNCH.

Speaking on whether Wike’s camp is meeting anytime soon, Wogu said he was unaware of the next meeting date, noting that its meetings were usually informed by developments.

“I don’t think there is any day that at least one important member of the party is not talking to Wike. He is continually being spoken to by very senior members of the party and indeed Nigerians,” he said.

On whether or not the Wike group would concede the party’s decision, Wogu said:

“Every opinion is legitimate to the opinion holder, so those who feel they should concede have their reasons and the Wike group not conceding has its reasons too.

“The Wike group members have not asked anything for themselves; it has been based on equity, justice, fair play, unity and honour. You said you would do this, do it.”


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