Atiku Reacts As G5 Governors Reportedly Strikes Deal With Tinubu Ahead Of 2023 General Election.

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The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Atiku Abubakar says he was not perturbed by the reported plots of G5 Governors to endorse presidential candidates of other political parties ahead of 2023.

According to reports, the former vice president spoke through his media, Phrank Shaibu, said power comes from God and he was confident that no man could arrogate to himself the powers that God alone has.

Atiku said any person boasting of having such powers to stop his presidential bid should first make himself president.

Further speaking, Shaibu said his principal would not be surprised by whatever action the G5 governors decided to take.

He expressed confidence that Atiku will win in 2023. “Atiku will be president. Whether the cock crows or not, the sun must rise. Power belongs to God Almighty; no man can arrogate to himself the powers of God Almighty. Any man who can boast of stopping Atiku should first make himself president of Nigeria,” he said.

Earlier, the five aggrieved PDP governors rejected peace overtures from Southsouth leaders who appealed to them to retrace their steps. stated further that Governor Nyesom Wike and other members of the Integrity Group said there was no room for a final peace deal with Atiku.

It was gathers that the governors who are currently in London, United Kingdom (UK), said they will not leave a crucial meeting in London for any meeting in Nigeria.

A source cited by The Nation said the G5 Governors shut their doors against Atiku because he has not yielded grounds on their demands, especially concessions to the south and stepping down from office by the PDP national chairman, Iyorchia Ayu.

It was gathered that the removal of Governor Seyi Makinde as the southwest coordinator for the PDP Presidential Campaign also allegedly angered the governors at the session in London.

It was also learnt that ahead of the final decision of the G5 Governors on Atiku, some South-South leaders hurriedly invited Wike to a meeting in Nigeria for a deal with the PDP presidential candidate.

But the Rivers state governor, who is the arrowhead of G5, said he will not be part of any fresh deal or talk with Atiku.

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