Amidst the Crisis between the Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike and National Chairman of the People's Democratic Party (PDP), Wike has insisted that he won't withdraw the Lawsuit he filed against Secondus because the PDP National Chairman does not honour Agreement.
Governor Nyesom Wike
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Wike stated this during a Meeting with the Senator David Mark-led National Reconciliation Committee set up by the Leadership of the Party to resolve the tussle between the Two PDP Chieftains.
Former Senate President, David Mark.
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The bid by Secondus to seek re-election and the determination of the Rivers State governor to stop him is reported to be the genesis of the crisis. The Mark-led panel had met with Secondus and Wike with a proposal that they both withdraw pending lawsuits to pave the way for the peaceful resolution of the crisis.While Secondus agreed to withdraw on the condition that the other party does the same, Wike insisted on going ahead with his.
The report submitted by the Mark-led committee quoted Wike as insisting that the “court cases instituted would not be withdrawn because of the lack of confidence in the other party to keep agreements”.
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