ATIKU VS WIKE, others:G5 governments step up Plan B despite peace talks

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A peace deal between the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) led by Nyesom Wike, the governor (a G5 governor) and the party’s presidential candidate Alhaji Atiku Abubakar is on the cards after looking like an olive branch stretching from the former to the latter. There may be In what appears to be the greatest beacon of hope for a possible solution to the crisis, both sides have shown in the past 48 hours that they are ready to give peace a chance. Wike said while answering questions from reporters in Bauchi after his group met with Governor Bala Mohammed.“We have said several times that we are ready for reconciliation. We have never closed the door to reconciliation. is a feature of PDP. “May whatever we say be done right. If the right thing is done, the country will see the party crisis over. “The G5 presidents are the foundation of the party and will not close the door to reconciliation. We seek reconciliation every day, every day.” Barely 24 hours after Wike’s statement, Atiku welcomed his G5 peace proposal. His media adviser, Paul Ibe, said Atiku was optimistic about reports that Wike and his group were ready to resolve outstanding issues. Mr. Ibe:“Atiku Abubakar also expressed a commitment to negotiations to resolve the crisis of trust and pave the way for a stronger and more united PDP. “Nigeria’s former vice president says the door has not been closed on Governor Wike and his group at no point in the split that caused this. I encourage people, regardless of their inclinations, to keep an open mind and assist in the process of solving existing problems.” Fear But insiders fear that calling for the resignation of national leader Senator Iyorchia Ayu by the G5 president could create bigger problems than it solves. A member of the party’s National Executive Committee (NEC) also spoke on condition of anonymity to “not ignite any more passion.” States in Article 45(2): “In the case of the Federal President, he shall, without prejudice to Article 47(6) of this Constitution, Ayu is from the North-Central region and our candidate is from the North East region. If Ayu resigns, he will be succeeded by Umar Damagun, who is from the same Northeast region as Atiku. Isn’t that a bigger injustice? “If we ignore constitutionality and get a deputy leader from the South, we have to have a vice who is also from the south who comes from the Southeast to balance things out for us as well. So it’s not as easy as it seems at first glance. .” next step However, as the media reported over the weekend, both sides are working on alternative plans in case the peace talks fail irreparably. It has been revealed that some members of the Wike-led G5 Governors are recruiting Enforcers in various forms as part of measures to keep them from taking naps. In Rivers State, for example, Wike himself has so far recruited 200,000 of his political aides. A source close to the G5 leaders who confided in the press said:

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