Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, has said former acting National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Senator Ali Modu Sheriff, had a hidden agenda before coming to the national convention of the party in Port Harcourt.

He also said Sheriff made a u-turn on the national convention when he got information that he was not qualified to contest the election on Saturday.

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He said, “We have seen that there is a hidden agenda. But nobody can destroy the PDP. The PDP will wax stronger “

He noted that Sheriff had subjected himself to screening by the National Convention Screening Committee on Friday wherein he praised the transparent process only to cite a court order on Saturday in a press conference when the result of the screening committee did not favour him.

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The governor said that by his anti-party actions, the former Acting National Chairman has proved his numerous critics right that he was out to destroy the PDP.

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Wike who served as Chairman of the 2016 National Convention Planning Committee said that the main associates of the former Acting National Chairman are men of questionable character

Source: thisdaylive