2019Elections: Kwankwaso, Wike meet behind closed door

Presidential Aspirant under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, and the Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State, Monday night held a closed-door meeting at the Rivers state Government House in Port-Harcourt.
Kwankwaso was accompanied by former Edo State Governor, Chief Lucky Igbinedion, former Presidential Economic Adviser, Dr Magnus Kpakol and other leaders of his 2019 campaign team.
Rising from the meeting, Kwankwaso said that the Rivers Governor deserved a second term on the strength of his capital projects.
He also commended Governor Wike for leading the state in positive direction.
“We pray God to give us long life and health to see you completing a second term so that you can revolutionise the entire state,” he said.
The former Kano Governor also used the opportunity to condole with people of Rivers state over the recent death of the state Attorney-General, Hon. Emmanuel Aguma SAN.
In his remarks, the Rivers State Governor, Wike said that the death of the Attorney General of Rivers State was a great loss to the state and the PDP.
He said that since the Late Attorney-General, Hon Emmanuel Aguma (SAN) assumed the office, the State Government has never had crisis on legal issues.
However, the Governor expressed happiness that Senator Kwankwaso is back to the PDP, noting that Kwankwaso will be valuable to the victory of PDP in 2019.
“We are working together under one umbrella, believing God will help us as 2019 approaches,” he said.