Our meeting with Wike inclusive – PDP BoT chairman


The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), members of the party’s Board of Trustees (BoT), said their Tuesday meeting with Rivers State governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, at the Government House, Port Harcourt was inconclusive.

Speaking after the closed door meeting with the governor, BoT acting chairman and former Senate President, Adolphus Wabara, said although the meeting was fruitful, it was not conclusive.

According to him, “We have been robbing minds for the past four hours with His Excellency, the performing governor of Rivers State, Mr. Project. This meeting took about four hours. We have not concluded.

“You know to make peace takes some time. But, I think we are at it. We are better informed. Every coin has two sides. We have been briefed by His Excellency. We are going back to Abuja to digest all that we have gathered.“It has been a very fruitful but one thing we must understand is that this family still remains one under one umbrella called PDP and by the special grace of God, we will end up very victorious. With his (Wike’s) cooperation and support of all other governors, we will make progress.

“In concrete terms, it is work in progress. Like I said, we will get there. We will definitely get there. This is the first time members of the Board of Trustees are coming to see His Excellency and for your information, he is also a member of the Board of Trustees. We robbed minds and we will find a solution very soon.

“Presidential campaign has started and it is the policy of our great party that we all go home and campaign. His Excellency is here and he is campaigning for the party.

“In Abia State where I come from, we are also campaigning. You know there is no ballot box in Abuja. Everyone on us here is from one zone or the other”.