Stop Wike’s use of PDP to remain relevant – Secondus to Party leaders

Stop Wike’s use of PDP to remain relevant – Secondus to Party leaders

Stop Wike’s use of PDP to remain relevant – Secondus to Party leaders

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Former National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Prince Uche Secondus has urged party leaders to stop the Federal Capital Territory minister, Nyesom Wike’s continuous use of PDP to remain relevant in President Bola Tinubu’s administration.

Secondus, in a statement by his media adviser, Ike Abonyi, told PDP leaders that Wike’s gimmick should not distract them from proving that no individual is bigger than the party, adding that the FCT minister is already drowning politically.

He stated this in an advisory to PDP leaders assembling for the party’s 98th National Executive Committee, NEC, meeting on Thursday, urging them to do everything humanly possible and within the law to rescue and restore the party’s glory.

He said Wike is trying hard to create a non-existent crisis in the party to make himself relevant before his boss, President Tinubu, who he said is getting fed up with his nuisance of bringing politics into the governance of the FCT.

Seconds said, “By deviously trying to create the impression that he is in a tussle of supremacy with the 2023 Presidential Candidate of the party and former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, Wike who is copiously losing political relevance everywhere from Rivers to Abuja is trying to give the impression that he is a factor in PDP and holding it for his APC interest.

“The critical structures of this party, NEC, BOT, National Caucus, forum of Governors, Chairman of states and National Assembly caucus of the party must rise to the challenge and isolate mischief makers and meddlers like Wike and move the party forward,” Secondus said.

He urged the party leaders to stop giving Wike undeserved relevance which he no longer possesses.

“I expect the founding fathers and other dedicated members to rise to the challenge and return this great party to its glory by ensuring, as they always do at critical moments, that nobody or group is greater or bigger than this party.”

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