Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike has said that, Former Niger State Governor, Mu’azu Babangida Aliyu owes the PDP an apology for admitting that he undermined the party in 2015 elections.
Wike was speaking on a live interview on African independent television (AIT) monitored by Nigerwatch Newspaper.
Governor Nyesom Wike said, “…and the NWC cannot come out and condemn Aliyu Babangida, why did you do that? How can you say that? So we were campaigning not knowing you were undermining us, and then he also ran for the senate in that election and lost, Aliyu Babangida owes an apology to the PDP..”
Earlier this week, Former Governor Babangida Aliyu said in a statement that the 19 Northern Governors worked against Former President Goodluck Jonathan’s Election in 2015 because there was an agreement with Jonathan to serve only one term which Jonathan reneged.
Former President Jonathan fired back, saying Aliyu was a pathological liar and a backstabber, similarly, Former Governors Jonah Jang and Sule Lamido have also denied knowledge of such agreement cited by Aliyu.