The loyalists of Atiku Abubakar, presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), have said Nyesom Wike, minister of the Federal Capital Territory has crossed the red line.
The group said Wike cannot escape expulsion from the opposition party.
Atiku’s director of research, strategy and documentation, Don Pedro Obaseki, said the minister had earned himself a sack from the party following his recent call for the expulsion of Atiku, his countless vertipurations against the PDP and his serial acts of betrayal.
Obaseki said the former Rivers state governor has a hand in the internal crisis rocking the PDP.
Obaseki spoke to journalists in Abuja on Monday, and said, “Wike is the problem of the PDP and to expel Wike now is a task that the PDP must do.”
Wike had earlier called for the expulsion of the party’s presidential candidate, Atiku, and some party chieftains, including Aminu Tambuwal and Sule Lamido.
“The person who deserves to be expelled from the party is the man who is calling for the expulsion of others from the party,” Obaseki added.
“Wike is the one who created a cult within the party and called it the G-5. Against the will, constitution and structures of the party, he campaigned against the party.
“If anybody had done anything anti-party, it is Nyesom Wike. He has fought every known person within the party.
“Wike has crossed the red line and now, he should be ready. We are coming at him like a thousand bricks.
“He has unleashed the dogs of war and we will not sit back and watch him ride roughshod over the party.”