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  • PDP Reveals Ongoing Reconciliation Efforts Between Atiku, Wike
  •  MURIC Warns Atiku Against Wike in PDP

    The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has spoken about current efforts to make amends between Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State and its presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar.

    Atiku and Wike are still trying to get along, according to Debo Ologunagba, national publicity secretary for the PDP.

    Speaking to journalists on Thursday, August 5, in Abuja, Ologunagba said conflicts within a family are common.

    The ability to deal with such misunderstandings, he added, will always make a difference.

    The PDP spokesman said;

    In PDP we believe that people should speak. We don’t give instructions. We allow issues to be discussed openly and that’s what we’re doing. The processes of the party is working well.

    We are competent in our processes. It might be slow, by the expectations of other people but within our democratic process, it is ongoing.

    It is a work in progress. We are making progress. We are very certain we will do well. Not just for the party but for the interest of Nigeria.

    On the appointment of Sen. Dino Melaye and Daniel Bwala by Atiku as his spokespersons for 2023 electioneering campaign, Ologunagba said that Atiku has the right to make appointment, as he also did last week.

    He, however, said that the PDP and Atiku were working in synergy to achieve victory in the 2023 presidential election.

    We are moving steadily, surely and consistent with our policy of mass and extensive consultation in composition to do things orderly.

    Whatever action is taking by any part of the party, whether by the candidate or the party is all in sync with each other and there is no concern about it.

    We are not acting piece meal. We are acting together, moving in the same direction, working toward 2023 and surely we will have victory.

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