Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike has said that, those the National Chairman of his party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Senator Iyorchia Ayu described as children will teach him costly lesson in politics.
Wike, who took exemption to Ayu’s remarks that Governors demanding his resignation were children when they formed the PDP, said the party helmsman has displayed the highest level of ingratitude.
He reminded Ayu that those he referred to as children were the ones who made him PDP Chairman.
He said Ayu lacked integrity for not keeping to his words before he emerged as chairman and warned Nigerians to be careful of a party, which could not keep to its internal promises.
Describing Ayu as arrogant, the Governor alleging the PDP chair was fixated on the N14bn the PDP raised during primaries and desired to be the manager of the money.
He said those Ayu addressed as boys would teach him a lesson saying “election is not always the way you look at it”.