The Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Nyesom Wike, has dared the leadership of his party, the People’s Democratic Party to suspend or discipline him.
Wike, who spoke exclusively on Channels Television’s Politics programme on Wednesday, said he has not seen the party chieftain who will suspend or expel him from the party.
“Who will discipline me? I should be the one calling for the discipline of these people who violated the party’s constitution, in the way that the party supported rotation.
“Who will suspend me? I want to dare anybody,” Wike said.
The ex-governor of Rivers State said he informed PDP leadership before he took the ministerial offer of President Bola Tinubu of the ruling All Progressives Congress.
Wike said he remained a PDP chieftain despite working for the APC government.
“I want to support Asiwaju (Tinubu) to finish well,” he said.
The PDP powerbroker and member of the G5 group within the main opposition party said he owed no one an apology for supporting power shift to southern Nigeria.
Wike said, “We are just waiting for the presidential panel to finish, you will know who actually are those who are working well for the party.
“How can anybody talk about expelling me? A state that brought a governor? A state that brought three senators? A state that produced 32 House of Assembly members? A state that produced 11 out of 13 House of Representatives.
“The person that would suspend me is the one that couldn’t produce a governor, is the one that couldn’t produce three senators?
“I have not seen that person, with all due respect. Nobody will do it. So, the issue of they will do it does not arise.”