Former Minister of Information, Professor Jerry Gana, has said moves have begun to reconcile the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar and Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State.
Speaking at an event during the weekend, the former Minister said the reconciliation process between the duo will not fail.
Although, Gana did not mention the names of Atiku and Wike, Applesbite reports that a meeting was held at the Abuja home of the Minister to reconcile both PDP leaders.
Gana said: “We have started a conciliation process between some members of our party. The process started this week and today (Saturday) it will continue. I am in the forefront of the reconciliation.
We believed that this reconciliation will not fail because we need to deliver Nigeria from misgovernance.”
Meanwhile, Gana urged all Nigerians to ensure they participate in the upcoming general elections.
He stated that if Nigerians vote the right person as president next year, insecurity will go away.
Gana said: “Insecurity will go, poverty must finish, poor education must go. But we must come out and participate in the election. We must campaign for people who bring unity. We must campaign for people that can deliver the country from misgovernance.
“We are tired of this lack of governance. It is a shame in 2022, the capital city of Nigeria is not safe. Politicians must be men and women of integrity.
“We left over $87 billion in excess reserves. Now, they said we only have about $304 million dollars. Nigeria is now nearly bankrupt. We have to borrow to pay salaries.”