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Governor Wake Obi called for a project in Rivers

There are indications that the current internal disagreements in the Peoples’ Democratic Party, the PDP, may not end any time soon.

This comes after Rivers Governor Nisom Wake invited Peter Obe, the presidential candidate from the Labor Party, LP, to commission one of the projects implemented by his administration in the state.

The announcement was revealed by Dr. Yonosa Tanko, spokesperson for the Obi/Dati presidential campaign.

Remember that Governor Wake is not new to inviting members of the opposition, especially from the All Progressives Conference, the APC, to commission projects in his state. He did not align with the PDP.

In August this year, the governor had called on Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanu Ulu, an APC member, to commission the Alawi project, at the famous Waterlines junction on Aba Road, sparking rumors of his defection from the ruling GPC party and his willingness. To work for Paula Ahmed Tinubu for the nomination of the Philippine Telecom Company.

Wake, who currently leads a group of governors from the Group of Five that includes Samuel Ortum of Benue State, Sei Makinde of Oyo State, Okezi Ikebizu of Abia State and Ifene Ogwanyi of Enugu State as members, recently indicated that his group may move toward reconciliation with the presidential candidate from People’s Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, after months of bickering.

According to the invitation seen by DAILY POST, the event has been scheduled for November 17, 2022 and the project will be identified as the Nkpolu-Oroworukwu Flyover Bridge Project in Rivers State.

Tanko shared the call on his Twitter account, writing: “We are little by little getting closer to restoring Nigeria to the Nigerian people………..Join us the people of Rivers State!!!. We keep moving clearly and Yusfuly. Villa Aso destination.”

Governor Wake Obi called for a project in Rivers

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