Full Details Of Atiku-Wike Meeting Emerges

Details Of What Atiku And Wike Discussed In Port Harcourt Emerges, Emeka Ihedioha

Aitku, Wike’s meeting

Details of the meeting in Abuja between Nyesom Wike, the governor of Rivers State, and , the PDP’s presidential candidate for the 2023 election, have come to light.

On Thursday, the two men met at the invitation of the Board of Trustees (BoT) of the opposition party, which is chaired by Senator Walid Jibrin.

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Prof. Jerry Gana, a former minister of information and culture, hosted the meeting at his home.

According to information obtained by this newspaper, a follower Atiku boasted that the PDP can win the 2023 election even without a significant support from Wike’s Rivers State if Wike decided not to back him, there is no reason for concern, in his opinion.

Recall that Wike had taken issue with Atiku’s remarks during the former vice president’s recent interview with Arise TV.

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When he met with Atiku and members of the BoT, he was open and honest.

According to a source, “Wike brought up Atiku’s recent statements or pronouncements during the second meeting.

“He questioned Atiku on a few things, such as “Have I not been a minister before? “, “Have I asked for anything to support you? “, and “Did I tell you I wanted to be the next Minister of Petroleum Resources? “.

“Atiku answered “no” to the majority of the inquiries.

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“Throughout the meeting, Wike was occupied with posing questions to dispel some misconceptions about Atiku’s campaign in public.

He was obviously offended by some remarks attributed to Atiku and some of his advisers.

However, Atiku handled the situation with composure.

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