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2023: Governors Wike, Makinde, Others Finally Revealed Their ‘Preferred’ Presidential Candidate




Governors Wike, Ortom, Makinde and different aggrieved governors have lastly revealed their most popular presidential candidate


With the 2023 presidential elec­tion in sight, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and its presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, are hoping to take over energy which they misplaced in 2015.

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However, some in-house points within the social gathering would possibly hinder the primary opposition social gathering from rising victorious within the forthcoming common elections.


The Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, and his allies of their name for justice within the PDP had known as for the resignation of the social gathering’s National Chairman, Iyorchia Ayu.


The aggrieved Governors and different stakeholders had condemned northern dominance in key positions within the social gathering.


The grievances of the Governors noticed them pull out of the presidential marketing campaign council of the PDP, insisting that Ayu should resign.


Atiku, nonetheless, had insisted that Ayu can solely voluntarily resign or the structure of the social gathering is adopted to amend issues.


An insider from Wike’s camp that spoke with Daily Independent claimed that Governor Wike and his allies are usually not voting for Atiku.


The supply mentioned the aggrieved governors and a few PDP stakeholders will vote for his or her alternative within the forthcoming elections.



It was, nonetheless, acknowledged that within the presidential election, their alternative is the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, whereas within the Senatorial and governorship, they’ll vote for his or her candidates.



2023: Governors Wike, Makinde, Others Finally Revealed Their ‘Preferred’ Presidential Candidate


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