Wike also called on the presidential aspirants to support whoever emerged as the party’s candidate after the presidential primary.
He spoke yesterday, at the Government House, Port Harcourt, during a condolence visit by a PDP presidential aspirant and former governor of Sokoto State, Attahiru Bafarawa, over the death of the State’s Attorney General, Emmanuel Aguma.
He said: “What we are saying is that all of us must put our heads together to remove this government that does not mean well for Nigerians. Power comes from God. If God says it is you, there is nothing any man can do about it. Man can only struggle.”
On Aguma’s death, Wike thanked the former Sokoto State governor for his condolence visit.
The governor described Aguma as a dependable ally who stood by his administration to the end of his life.
In his remarks, Bafarawa said that the visit was to condole with Wike. He said human beings will taste death at some point and prayed God to grant the late attorney-general paradise.