The Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike says he is no longer available for dialogue over the issues bedeviling the People’s Democratic Party at the National level.
Wike, who made this known during a media chat in Port Harcourt Today, said he has shut the doors for reconciliation in the party.
The governor, blamed the presidential candidate of the party, Atiku Abubakar and the National chairman, Iyorchia Ayu for the crises rocking the party for not keeping to their agreement.
He stated that Atiku visited him after the primaries and promised that Ayu must step down as it is unjust for the presidential candidate and the chairman to come from the same region.
He said Atiku requested for one week to ensure the resignation of Ayu but, nothing was heard from him after then. He also said Ayu vowed to step down should Atiku emerged winner of the primary.
Wike, revealed that he would have supported Atiku if they kept to their promise as the issue is not because he lost the election and was not considered to be Atiku’s running mate.
The governor went further to say that those criticising him abandoned the party but, he stood firm and fought for the party noting that nobody is more relevant in the PDP more than him.
He stated that he his satisfied with his performance and that Rivers people are happy with him, adding that he has fought for the state and has commissioned more projects more than anyone across the country.
Wike also said he will take a break after May 29 to consider his next line of action. He noted that he is still in talks with his wife and children over that.
The governor also said the forthcoming election will show who is more popular revealing that some persons are more popular on social media than real life.