Naija News reports that Bwala, in a post via X, shared a video of Mohammed briefing State House Correspondents after a closed-door session with Tinubu at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, on Tuesday.....CONTINUE READING
Mohammed applauded Tinubu for intervening in the crisis rocking the executive and the legislature in Rivers State, saying that it shows he is not discriminating against any political party.
The PDP Governor further praised Tinubu as a great leader who did not use his big hammer to extricate or emasculate the opposition party and also commended the professionalism in how the judiciary had been working under the leadership of the President.
He said, “The President in his usual leadership position intervened, and then it will appear that there will be peace in that respect. He has showed that he is a president for everybody.
“A president for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and a president for the All Progressives Congress (APC) by intervening today and bringing succour and solace to the people of Rivers.
“On behalf of governors in states controlled by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) I extol the leadership qualities of Mr President.
“I congratulated him and expressed appreciation that PDP governors that had gone through tribunals emerged victorious. We know that is leadership.
“We found this very good and going forward we pledge that we are going to work with him to bring good governance to the people of Nigeria.
“There is professionalism in the conduct and the way and manner the judiciary is working under his leadership.”
Displeased with Bala Mohammed’s comments, Bwala said it is shameful that PDP currently does not look like an opposition party, insisting that some members undermined its presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakr, during the 2023 campaign.
He wrote: “It’s a shame that PDP does not look like an opposition party at the moment. I observed during the campaign how some of them undermined Atiku Abubakar. Instead of remaining in this kind of contraption, is it not better to………., I reserve my comment for now.”