2023: Wike warns Dokpesi, says DPP governors failed to travel to Europe to select candidates

  • Rivers State Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has warned Grand Chief Raymond Dokpesi of making comments that could confuse the PDP
  • Wike accused PDP leader and media entrepreneur of peddling lies by party governors
  • The Governor of Rivers State went on to say that he suspected Dokpesi to be a PDP mole planted by the ruling APC.

Port Harcourt – Rivers State Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has dismissed rumors that he and other Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) governors have traveled to Europe to determine presidential and vice presidential candidates as repelled. -2023 party candidates.

Governor Wike accused Grand Chief Raymond Dokpesi of spreading the rumors among party leaders.

Governor Wike has warned against any attempt to disunite the PDP ahead of the 2023 elections. Photo credit: Rivers State Government
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Governor Wike made the comment on Thursday February 17 in Port Harcourt while addressing reporters.

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Visibly angry Governor Wike warns Dokpesi about rumors

A video of the governor making the statement was also shared on his official Facebook page.

He said PDP governors had been inundated with calls following a peddled text message that some governors had embarked on the journey to select his 2,023 candidates.

Dokpesi, leader of the PDP and media mogul, is an associate of former Vice President Alhaji Atiku Abubakar.

Wike said:

“I suspect that people like Raymond Dokpesi are not really sincere towards the People’s Democratic Party and I think, I am convinced that Raymond Dokpesi seems to work for the APC.

“I don’t understand where Raymond Dokpesi is getting this information from, this rumor that governors have traveled to Europe to decide who will be the presidential candidate and the vice-presidential candidate of the PDP.”

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Meanwhile, due to political activities across the country, private jet charter businesses in Nigeria are currently experiencing a boom.

With the 2023 general election approaching and preparations for state and national office elections kicking into high gear, the political class has resumed utilizing the aviation sub-sector.

Since regular scheduled flights may not fit their itineraries, politicians now resort to private jet charters to travel across the country as it allows them to adhere to strict schedules and often hold multiple meetings in different cities and countries.

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In a related development, Olufemi Ajadi Oguntoyinbo, a rookie in the 2023 presidential race under the All Nigerian Youth Reorientation Initiative, said he had a mandate from God to run for the job.

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Oguntoyibo made the comment during a recent interview with a national newspaper, adding that he was the best man for the job.

He further stated that he is qualified for the presidency because he is involved in many consultations that affect people’s lives and businesses.

Source: Legit.ng