2023: Wike Receives Bala Mohammed After Peter Obi’s Visit

2023 Wike Receives Bala Mohammed After Peter Obi’s Visit
The visit comes after Peter Obi was received by Governor Wike.
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The Governor of Bauchi State Bala Mohammed on Wednesday evening paid a visit to his Rivers State counterpart, Nyesom Wike, at his private residence in Port Harcourt to reportedly discuss ‘2023 matters’.

Africa Daily News, New York gathered that this came moments after the former Governor of Anambra State and presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, held a closed door meeting with Governor Wike at his residence in the Rivers State capital.

Both meetings were held separately behind closed doors.

Africa Daily News, New York gathered that none of the politicians spoke to journalists about the purpose of the meetings even as no media coverage was allowed.

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Obi and Bala’s visit is coming barely four days after the Governor of Ebonyi State, Dave Umahi, was also received by Governor Wike at night on Saturday.

Africa Daily News, New York can confirm that all the visitors and their host were all presidential aspirants in the last primary conducted by the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and the main opposition, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

While Ebonyi State Governor, Dave Umahi was a presidential aspirant on the platform of the APC, Bala Mohammed and Nyesome Wike slugged it out on the platform of the PDP which was eventually won by former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar.

Peter Obi, who was seeking the ticket of the PDP, shockingly pulled out of the race mid-way to pick the presidential ticket of the Labour Party (LP).

Political consultations are expected to be take centre stage in the run-off to the 2023 elections as political parties have concluded the selection of party flag bearers and running mates for the elections which would happen in February next year.

Africa Daily News, New York

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