Four of the aggrieved governors of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP also known as the G-5 have arrived Bauchi, the state capital to court Governor Bala Mohammed to their camp in their continual bid to frustrate the presidential ambition of the party’s flagbearer, Atiku Abubakar.
It is learnt that the governors led by Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State are trying to latch on to the exacerbating discord between Bala and Atiku with the Bauchi governor discontent with the division that has polarized the party.
Recall that reports have emerged recently of Bala threatening to leave the party in light of the anomalies and irregularities that have marred the leadership of the party in recent time.
In a letter, Bala had complained to Ayu that Atiku had sidelined him by refusing to visit him after the presidential primaries, although he visited other aspirants.
He also claimed that Atiku selected campaign coordinators from his State without consultation with him, expressing how hurt he felt by such condescending decision from Atiku, demanding apology to that effect.
Wike who led Governors Samuel Ortom (Benue); Okezie Ikpeazu (Abia) and Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi (Enugu) are reported to be in Bauchi to share in the pains of the Bauchi Governor as possibilities of him (Bala) joining the G-5 are high.