Governor Nyesom Wike has vowed to expel those responsible for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) losing the nationwide presidential election on February 25.
At the beginning of a road project in the state’s Ikwerre Local Government Area, the governor of Rivers State gave the infamous blank comment.
Wike claimed that individuals who, in his judgment, disobeyed the PDP Constitution were to blame for the PDP’s loss in the most recent presidential election. He promised to kick them out and start organizing the party again.
As the “second phase of the battle,” the governor referred to the action.
He claimed: “These people left our party in 2014-2015, when our party lost; they returned, and our party lost once more.
Our party was ruined by them. They will be driven from our party by us. They don’t participate in our celebration in any way.
Wike criticized the PDP leadership for allegedly refusing to abide by the party’s constitution while simultaneously accusing the INEC chairman of not following election rules.
He continued to make fun of the PDP leaders for organizing the demonstration against INEC by referring to them as “student unions.”