Governor Nyesom Wike has stated that he will not drop the cases against the Peoples Democratic Party’s National Chairman, Uche Secondus, since he does not trust the chairman to keep promises.
Governor Wike revealed this during a meeting with the PDP National Executive Committee’s Senator David Mark-led committee tasked with resolving the party’s problem.
The conflict is said to have started with Secondus’ attempt to run for re-election and the governor of Rivers State’s vow to stop him.
The Mark-led panel had met with Secondus and Wike and proposed that they both drop their outstanding litigation to allow the crisis to be resolved peacefully.
While Secondus agreed to withdraw if the other party did the same, Wike persisted on carrying on with his plan.
According to the Mark-led committee’s report, Wike stated that “court cases launched would not be withdrawn due to a lack of faith in the other side to keep commitments.”
This was stated in the committee’s report to the party’s NEC at its 93rd meeting on Thursday in Abuja.
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