‘From presidential aspirant to spokesperson’ — Wike taunts Dele Momodu

‘From presidential aspirant to spokesperson’ — Wike taunts Dele Momodu - nigerian newspapers on the internet

Nyesom Wike, governor of Rivers, has taunted Dele Momodu, publisher of Ovation magazine, over the latter’s comment on the ongoing crisis in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

Throughout the last weeks, the PDP has been enmeshed in interior fighting as Wike and his partners are requiring the renunciation of Iyorchia Ayu, the party’s public administrator.

Endeavors to determine the emergency have finished in impasse as Wike’s partners pulled out of the PDP official mission chamber.

Responding to the party’s emergency, Momodu, in a meeting distributed on Vanguard, asked Wike and his partners “not to cross the lines” in their demand not to work for Atiku Abubakar, the party’s official applicant.

“Individuals blow up, there is nothing out of sorts in that. They have a long list of motivations to be furious, yet they shouldn’t cross specific lines,” the distributer was cited as saying.

“I have written over the most recent few months to Lead representative Wike, the nearest to me among them, since I call him the ‘banner kid in PDP’, extraordinary person, doing quite well, exhorting him not to cross specific lines.”

Answering Momodu’s remark, Wike, in a media talk, ridiculed the distributer for getting no vote in the PDP official essential, saying Momodu challenged for acknowledgment.

The Streams lead representative said he won’t permit anyone to utilize him to acquire “pertinence”, adding that he has not left the PDP starting around 1999 not at all like a portion of his faultfinders.

“I have additionally understood where certain individuals say we shouldn’t cross the lines. Conventionally, I shouldn’t have answered this,” Wike said.

“I read they said it is one Dele Momodu. These are the things I’m discussing. Ask him. When did he join the party?

“He came into PDP fourteen days before the official essential. He is from Edo state. He didn’t get one vote, not even from his own state.

“At the point when you simply believe that they should remember you — from official wannabe to becoming representative — someone who needs to manage Nigeria has turned into a representative of an official competitor.

“Every one of you know how frequently Dele Momodu had been in Port Harcourt, starting with one task dispatching then onto the next.

“I won’t be involved with anyone utilizing me to be pertinent. On the off chance that you don’t have some work, say you have no work, I have some work and I will keep on taking care of my business.”

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