Wike Considering Backdoor Entry Into APC – Official

The All Progressives Congress (APC) chapter in Rivers State asserted on Thursday that the state’s governor, Nyesom Wike, has developed preparations to join the party covertly.
This was said in a statement released in Port Harcourt, the state’s capital, by the party’s spokesman in Rivers State, Darlington Nwauju.

Nwauju accused Wike of directing council chairmen in the state to canvass votes for the presidential candidate of the APC, Bola Tinubu for the February 25th, 2023 presidential election.

He said APC is surprised that Wike who had frequently attacked the party would want to join the party.

This is coming days after the presidential campaign council of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the state accused Wike of working for APC.

A Director in the presidential campaign council, Abiye Sekibo, stated this while reacting to the Rivers State Government’s cancellation of the approval granted for use of the Adokiye Amiesimaka Stadium, Port Harcourt.

According to Sekibo, Governor Wike lacks the courage to publicly canvass votes for Tinubu.

The Commissioner for Information in the state, Chris Finebone, however, described the allegation that Wike is looking for a back door to join the APC as laughable.

Finebone claimed that it is the APC that was running after the governor.

He said, “The high-wire politics of Governor Wike is beyond the infantile understanding of little chaps in Rivers APC and their collaborators. Hence, the different wild conjectures. The governor holds (all) the aces and is always ahead of them.

“Governor Wike and all of us remain solid members of PDP. Losing sleep over who we will vote for president shouldn’t be their headache but if they had chosen to do so, so be it.”

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Written by Izuchukwu E.N

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