August 9, 2022



Wike being instigated in opposition to Atiku, PDP, say Lamido

Former Jigawa state governor Sule Lamido


A former governor of Jigawa state, Sule Lamido, has stated Rivers state Governor Nyesom Wike was being instigated by some individuals in opposition to the Peoples Democratic Celebration (PDP) and the get together’s presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar.

Lamido stated Wike is a dedicated and accountable man however exhibit indicators of youthful exuberance.

In an interview with BBC Hausa, monitored by Blueprint, Monday, the previous governor additional acknowledged that the victory of the PDP in Osun State governorship election was a superb signal for the get together.

“We did nationwide conference. The best gathering of resolution making of the PDP selected Atiku. Wike contested and misplaced. Wike is a accountable and dedicated man however there’s some youthful exuberance in him.

“There are individuals which might be inciting him however the deed has been completed and this didn’t begin now. It occurred with Peter Odili, it occurred with Osinbajo. He ought to be taught a lesson from them.

“The Osun election is displaying the place the sunshine lies. The place we’re heading. Folks of Osun have spoken that PDP management is the very best,” Lamido stated.

The PDP chieftain added that the disaster rocking the get together could be dealt with with knowledge, saying it was regular to have inside squabbles in politics.

“It’s not a criminal offense to have inside friction in politics. What’s necessary is to have individuals with knowledge, competent individuals to unravel the issue. PDP members must be comfortable we gained’t disappoint them, all the pieces will likely be resolved,” he added.

Lamido additional acknowledged that those that accused him of nepotism in Jigawa state politics had been free to pursue their political ambitions elsewhere.

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He additional slammed some politicians within the state who criticised him for supporting the gubernatorial ambition of his son, Mustapha.

“Is it a criminal offense to like my son? I feel my solely crime in Jigawa is having kids. Who doesn’t love his kids?” he queried.