In a move to strengthen the position of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, to win all elections in 2015 in Rivers State, PDP Governorship Candidate, Barrister Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, on Christmas Day reconciled with nine aggrieved governorship aspirants, with the aspirants declaring that they would work for the victory of the PDP in 2015.
The reconciliation took place in the presence of the Rivers State PDP Chairman, Felix Obuah, Minister of Sports, Dr Tammy Danagogo and Senator George Sekibo. These leaders signed the communiqué alongside the governorship candidate and the nine aspirants.
Barrister Wike had earlier on reconciled with six other aspirants, bringing the number of aspirants who have resolved to work for the PDP to 15 out of the 24 who bought forms and were cleared to contest the December 8, 2014 PDP governorship primary in Rivers State.
The governorship aspirants who resolved to work with Barrister Wike at the meeting held at Le Meridien Hotel, Port Harcourt in the overall interest of the PDP include; Professor Don Baridon, Mr Ben Dimpka, Professor Israel Owate, Mr Siha Ofonyi, Mr Richard Victor, Engineer Beks Dagogo Jack, Mr Nimi Wilson-Jack, B.D Esale and Mr Dennis Oseleye Ojuta.