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Atiku no longer banking on support of Wike, others :PDP crisis

The Peoples Democratic Party, or PDP, has made the decision to move forward with its activities despite being a political party beset by turmoil and unhappiness among its members, particularly with regard to next year’s general election.

In Uyo, Akwa-Ibom State, the party will launch its presidential campaigning today.
Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, the party’s candidate, may have chosen to proceed with or without the assistance of Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State and some of his allies.

A supporter of the PDP candidate claimed that “an overwhelming majority of the party” had rejected requests by the Wike campaign for Senator Iyorchia Ayu, the party’s national chairman, to quit.
Wike and Atiku have been at odds over the ouster of Ayu as party chairman.

Additionally, a number of PDP leaders quit the Presidential Campaign Committee because to Ayu’s refusal to vacate his position as chairman.

According to Vanguard, the party’s nominee and his friends have made the decision to continue their campaigns without Wike and his group.

Let me tell you the honest truth, a former vice president’s buddy is cited in the newspaper as saying. There is a general consensus that the Wike situation has been resolved and that the campaign has moved on. As a result, if Wike or anyone else from his camp indicates that they are ready to enter, their presence will be accommodated; but, no one is waiting for them to return because they are not crucial enough to impede the process. That is the unbiased, strong impression.

The insider claimed that it was impractical to demand Ayu’s resignation and the creation of a caretaker committee for the party.
“What they are talking about is not something that will be taken seriously,” he declared. Because it is unlawful, the party cannot have a caretaker committee, and no one will accept that. If you keep up with what’s going on in the APC, the court will decide whether or not their candidate is legitimate.

“The NWC of the party should be left alone as it currently stands since anything done now could have a significant impact on numerous crucial decisions. Nobody wants to take this risk; whether it’s good or terrible, things should stay the same.

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