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PDP Primary Fallout: Wike Meets Orubebe, PDP Senators

Nyesom Wike, the governor of Rivers State, met with Godsday Orubebe, a former minister of Niger Delta affairs, on Thursday at Rumuepirikom, a rural residence in the area’s Obio/Akpor Local Government Area.

The Peoples Democratic Party recently received Orubebe’s resignation.

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Additionally, Wike was visited by the PDP Senate leadership, which was led by Senate Minority Leader Philip Aduda.

Chukwuka Utazi, the Senate Minority Whip, together with Shuaibu Lau, Danjuma La’ah, and Barry Mpigi, were present at the meeting.

According to a source at Government House, the senators entered a closed door with their host as soon as they arrived at the governor’s house a few minutes after 3 o’clock in the afternoon.

The conclusions of the several meetings were kept private.

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Nyesom Wike, the governor of Rivers State, met with Godsday Orubebe, a former minister of Niger Delta affairs, on Thursday at Rumuepirikom, a rural residence in the area’s Obio/Akpor Local Government Area.

The Peoples Democratic Party recently received Orubebe’s resignation.

READ MORE: Southern Couldn’t Agree On Zone To Produce President – Okowa

Additionally, Wike was visited by the PDP Senate leadership, which was led by Senate Minority Leader Philip Aduda.

Chukwuka Utazi, the Senate Minority Whip, together with Shuaibu Lau, Danjuma La’ah, and Barry Mpigi, were present at the meeting.

According to a source at Government House, the senators entered a closed door with their host as soon as they arrived at the governor’s house a few minutes after 3 o’clock in the afternoon.

The conclusions of the several meetings were kept private.

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