Atiku, Saraki, Bala, Tambuwal consensus meeting deadlocked; tension as sentiment rises for Wike

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A meeting which ended in the early hours of Saturday among key leaders of PDP from the North failed to broker a consensus deal.

Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, former Senate President Bukola Saraki and Governors Aminu Tambuwal and Bala Mohammed met overnight to determine the possibility of a consensus among them.

The effort failed.

The four northern insisted of contesting in the primary already going at the MKO Abiola Stadium Square, Abuja.

However, Mohammed Hayatu-Deen agreed to withdraw, and later cited monetization of primaries as one of the reasons.

But party sources are hinting about surprises—like the south-south aspirant Nyesom Wike winning the primary.

The aspirants are in last-minute consultation with other aspirants and delegates with hope that the pendulum will swing their way.

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