I pray APC remains in crisis – Wike

I pray APC remains in crisis – Wike

Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has reacted to the leadership crisis in the All Progressives Congress, APC.

Wike said he prays that the ruling APC remains in crisis.

Appearing on Arise Television, the governor said the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, would benefit from the crisis in the APC.

The governor explained that he wants PDP to return to power, hence, we will continue to pray that APC remains in crisis.

He said, “I am happy that APC is in crisis. It is not my business to help APC to be united.

“Remember that we also had our own crisis under Ali Modu Sheriff and APC jubilated about it then. It is my prayer that they should continue to be in crisis. We have taken another state.

“Unfortunately, APC isn’t really a political party. They came together just to take over power.

“I want my party to be in power and therefore, I cannot be praying for APC not to have crisis. I hope they continue to make mistakes every day, and my party will continue to grow.”

Recall that the suspension of APC National Leader, Adams Oshiomhole by an Appeal Court had led to a leadership crisis in the party.

Following the crisis, the party’s National Executive Council, led by Oshiomhole.

The party’s NEC immediately constituted a caretaker committee to ensure the smooth running of the party till its National convention.

APC’s NEC appointed the Yobe State Governor, Mai Mala Buni, to head the Caretaker Committee.

During the meeting, President Muhammadu Buhari urged aggrieved members to suspend all court matters in the interest of the party.

11 thoughts on “I pray APC remains in crisis – Wike

  1. This Wine guy is one real plain politician in Nigeria,his words are always heavy against any authority

  2. See the prayer of governor wike……so if APC remain in crisis…… PDP will do what?

  3. That is the problem of our leaders always fighting one another for their selfish interest…he just said that PDP will benefit from the existing crises in APC and my question now is that how about the poor masses, are they going to benefit from the crises as well? I think it is high time we forget our difference and come together as one because that is the only way we can move forward as a country

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