Meanwhile, Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State says he and his allies are open to reconciliation with the leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Wike and his allies have been at loggerheads with the party after the Rivers leader lost the PDP presidential primary to Atiku Abubakar. They are demanding the resignation of Iyorchia Ayu as the National Chairman of the PDP and have pulled out of the party’s presidential campaign. Reconciliation moves have also failed.
But speaking, after four of his allies, better known as the G5, visited the Bauchi State Governor Bala Mohammed, Wike said they never closed the door for reconciliation.
He explained that all they are calling for is equity, fairness, and justice which are the hallmark that the party stands for adding that they are open for reconciliation anyday, anytime.
To speak further on the crisis rocking the opposition party, Earlier I spoke to Abubakar Kari who is a political affairs analyst. I began by asking him what he thinks of the never ending crisis in the opposition party.