Wike: I Do Not See Why Atiku Has Refused To Visit Fubara In The Face Of The Battles- Franklin Ntekim - Reportgist

Wike: I Do Not See Why Atiku Has Refused To Visit Fubara In The Face Of The Battles- Franklin Ntekim

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According to the report from the Vanguard, a political commentator in Rivers State, Franklin Ntekim commented on the apparent lack of support for the governor within his party, suggesting that the FCT minister, Nyesom Wike has gained more influence over the party and turned it against the governor. He advised the governor to leave the PDP due to this toxic environment.>>>CONTINUE FULL READING HERE

He expressed disappointment in former Vice President and 2023 Presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar for not visiting Fubara during his ongoing challenges.

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He stated that this perceived inaction indicates that the party prioritizes the interests of a single individual over the well-being of its members, revealing a lack of unity and support within the party.

He said, “It is obvious that he does not enjoy the support of the party. It is also clear that the FCT minister (Nyesom Wike) must have won the party to himself and thereby made the PDP in the state to be toxic to the governor.

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I want him to leave the PDP. I also don’t see why the former Vice President and the Presidential candidate of the 2023 elections, Atiku Abubakar has refused to visit the Governor (Fubara) in the face of the battles he is going through. It is very difficult to believe. It clearly shows a party that does not care for its own but dances to the whims and caprices of a single man.”

According to the report from the Vanguard, a political commentator in Rivers State, Franklin Ntekim commented on the apparent lack of support for the governor within his party, suggesting that the FCT minister, Nyesom Wike

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has gained more influence over the party and turned it against the governor. He advised the governor to leave the PDP due to this toxic environment.

He expressed disappointment in former Vice President and 2023 Presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar for not visiting Fubara during his ongoing challenges.

He stated that this perceived inaction indicates that the party prioritizes the interests of a single individual over the well-being of its members, revealing a lack of unity and support within the party.

He said, “It is obvious that he does not enjoy the support of the party. It is also clear that the FCT minister (Nyesom Wike) must have won the party to himself and thereby made the PDP in the state to be toxic to the governor.

I want him to leave the PDP. I also don’t see why the former Vice President and the Presidential candidate of the 2023 elections, Atiku Abubakar has refused to visit the Governor (Fubara) in the face of the battles he is going through. It is very difficult to believe. It clearly shows a party that does not care for its own but dances to the whims and caprices of a single man.”>>>CONTINUE FULL READING HERE

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