No More APC, Nigerians Need Positive Change – Wike

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Wike Obtains List Of Illegal Refineries From Chairmen, Orders Destruction

Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, has stated that Nigerians are patiently waiting for the governing All Progressives Congress, APC, to be defeated in the 2023 general elections, adding that the country needs constructive change.

In the same vein, he appealed for unity within the Peoples Democratic Party, or PDP, in order to win the next elections.

Wike, who spoke in Ibadan yesterday as part of a delegation of PDP leaders and government officials to meet with Governor ‘Seyi Makinde in his office, said Nigerians needed a change because the current leadership had failed miserably, adding that the APC would not be a threat to the PDP’s emergence in 2023.

He said: “You can see the mood of Nigerians. They want a change because APC has failed them. So, if Nigerians have said APC has failed them, so why would they pose any challenge?”

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“So, they can’t pose any challenge to PDP and that’s why I’ve come here for all of us to work together to make sure that the party is united to produce somebody that Nigerians would accept and make sure that we win the election come 2023.

“We can’t afford to disappoint Nigerians. You can see what is happening in the Country. What else can we say? You know that the Country is almost on the brink of collapse?”

“So, we are happy that Nigerians are still interested in PDP’s unity and PDP is ready to deliver the mantle of leadership come 2023.”

“Of course, you should understand that when it comes to the issue of Presidency, we have divergent views. By the end of the day, PDP would sit down and look at what is the mood of Nigerians, what are Nigerians talking about? How do we win this election? So that is what is important to us?

“I’m not interested to say Yes! We have already canvassed our position, but that does not mean that we would not also listen to our own brothers on the other side.

“But, at the end of the day, we would take a decision that would help the party to move forward.”

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