The hopes of finding a lasting solution to the crisis rocking the main opposition party, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, were dashed as the peace meeting of the Board of Trustees, BoT and the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike ended in deadlock on Tuesday.
After four hours of meeting at the Port Harcourt, Rivers state home of Governor Nyesom Wike on Tuesday, former Senate President and Acting Chairman of Board of Trustee (BOT) of the PDP, Adolphus Wabara revealed no conclusion has been reached on the search for truce in the crisis rocking the party.
The almost four-hour closed door meeting in Government House, Port Harcourt ended at about 4:35 pm as the attendees came out smiling and exchanging banters before reporters.
Out from the interaction, Wabara said, “This meeting took about four hours. We have not concluded. It’s always easy to destroy, but to make peace takes some time. I think we are better informed, gotten some information.
“You know every coin has two sides. We have been briefed by his Excellency. So we will go back to Abuja to re-digest all we gathered from His Excellency, very frank talks, but one good thing is that this family remains one, still under that umbrella called PDP.
“And by the special grace of God, we will end up victorious and end up at the Villa in 2023 with his (Wike’s) cooperation and support of all the other governors, four of them. No doubt we will make progress.
“In concrete terms, it’s work in progress. This is the first time the BOT is coming to see his Excellency and for your information he is also a member. We rubbed minds. We will find a solution to all the problems, very soon.
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