PDP’s Vote Of Confidence on Ayu means nothing to me – Wike


Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has insisted that the vote of confidence the National Executive Council of the Peoples Democratic Party passed on Senator Iyorchia Ayu, PDP Chairman, cannot save him.

Speaking at a reception for decampees from various political parties to the PDP in Port Harcourt, the State capital today, September 10, Governor Wike said the fight to take out Ayu is on.

He said, “I was watching, listening. They say there is one man called Secondus. They say he was dancing, celebrating that NEC gave their person a vote of confidence. He forgets history.

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“Ask him, the same NEC through Aliyu Babangida, who moved a motion for vote of confidence supported by the same person, Ndudi Elumelu, they gave him a vote of confidence. What happened? He left the office.


“We don’t fight and go back. If you like you can have as many 20 votes of confidence, it’s not my business. My business is to make sure the right thing is done, and the right thing must be done; whether today or tomorrow.”

Wike said that despite the heightening political aligning and negotiations that are going on, his administration has not abandoned governance in the State.