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JUST IN: PDP Governors; Wike, Makinde, and Others Leave Nigeria in Distress



Nyesom Wike, governor of Rivers State, and three PDP members who are upset have left Nigeria for Spain.
According to Akahi News, Seyi Makinde of Oyo State, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu (Abia), and Samuel Ortom (Benue) are among the other governors who have been harmed.
Before taking a private flight to Spain, the four Governors posed for a picture at the International Airport in Omagwa, which is in the Ikwerre Local Government Area, early on Saturday morning.
The trip to The PUNCH on Saturday was confirmed by an anonymous state-level party chieftain.
He replied, “Yes, it is accurate.I am unable to disclose the reason for their trip, but they left early Saturday morning for Spain.
It was learned that the governor of Enugu, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, might later join the team.
According to information provided by Akahi News, the most recent meeting between the G-5 governors took place just 24 hours after Wike’s media briefing.
During the media interview, Wike said that the PDP cannot win the presidential election in 2023 without his help.
Governor Wike stated that the PDP would lose if he and the other four governors in his camp left.
Iyorchia Ayu, the party’s national chairman, has been the subject of calls for resignation from the governor’s camp in Rivers State.
Governor Wike stated that he and his supporters are dedicated to influencing the party.
The PDP governor boasted that his financial support helped the main opposition party win some states.
He admonished the PDP that if they wanted to win the election in 2023, they would not continue to behave in this manner.
Wike stated, “The PDP cannot win the election if I leave the party today.”If the five PDP governors announce their departure today, we are not just any governors; rather, we are extremely dedicated and steadfast.
Nobody wants to win an election and then continue doing the same thing.They cannot deny that I have financially backed numerous states to win elections, including Plateau, Ondo, and Cross Rivers.


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