The camp of Rivers State governor, Nyesom Wike has made a revelation to the general public concerning the presidential candidate of People's Democratic Party (PDP). The camp accused Atiku Abubakar of not supporting Goodluck Jonathan's re-election in 2015.
However, the camp revealed that Atiku, and other PDP chieftains like: Rotimi Amaechi and Bukola Saraki dumped Good luck Jonathan in 2014, to support Buhari in the then 2015 presidential election in Nigeria. "This led to Goodluck Jonathan's defeat in 2015", the camp.stated.
According to dailypost.ng news, governor Nyesom Wike’s camp, which is demanding the resignation of the National Chairman of PDP, Iyorchia Ayu, and his replacement by a southern candidate, have accused Atiku of refusing to support Jonathan in 2015, claiming it was the turn of the north to produce Nigeria’s president.
In recap, it might interest you to know that Wike and Seyi Makinde have pulled out from PDP presidential campaign Council, until the national party chairman is removed.
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