I will stay in the PDP even if I don’t get the presidential ballot – Wike

Rivers State Governor and presidential hopeful for 2023, Wike Nyesomhe has said he would stay in the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP), even if he does not win the presidential ticket. He said this while addressing stakeholders from the Niger state PDP chapter about his intention to run for the presidency at the party’s secretariat in Minna on Saturday. He said that there is nothing wrong with the consensus candidate if it is based on fairness, fairness and equity. Wike requested the support of stakeholders in the state party so that he can become the party’s standard bearer, adding that he is the only candidate capable of defeating the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the 2023 presidential election. “I am here today to tell you that I have made myself available to run for the position of president of this country under our party, the PDP, I have been a member of the PDP since 1988, I have never left the party and will never leave. “I can become president if I get the mandate from the delegates to make me a standard bearer. The country needs someone who sees white and calls it black and calls it black and that person is me,” he said. He promised to address security challenges in the country, claiming that the current administration had failed to adequately protect lives and property. Mr. Wike lamented the escalation of insecurity in the country where people can no longer sleep and travel without fear of being kidnapped, describing the state of Niger as one of the worst with security challenges where farmers can no longer go. to their farms for fear of being kidnapped. attacked The governor pointed out that the fight against insecurity requires intelligence on the activities of criminals and not only the purchase of weapons, but also to give incentives to personnel on the war front as motivation. In response, Niger PDP President Tanko Beji thanked the governor for backing the state party when they needed him to reconcile members, adding that the reconciliation had made the party more united and stronger to regain power in the status in 2023. ALSO READ: 2023: I will not accept the vice president position – Wike He said the party and the country needed someone to give it a new direction and change the reward system, adding that the state would provide a fair playing field for everyone to participate. In their separate comments, a former senator, Zainba Kure, and a former information minister, Jerry Gana, described the governor as a “gender-friendly person who could give women the opportunity to contribute and add value to the growth and development of the country.” state and country. They praised his achievements in the areas of security provision and infrastructure development in Rivers, his state, and urged him to do his best to see the party emerge victorious in 2023. (YAYA) Read More Related News Here Let here it in the comment below if you do have an opinion on this; I will stay in the PDP even if I don’t get the presidential ballot – Wike