Wike, who appeared to be making a veiled reference to the Rivers State Governor, Rotimi Amaechi; who threatened to expose the ‘Abuja’ politicians fighting against him, said it was too late for his opponents to cry foul.
Wike, who spoke on Thursday in Port Harcourt at the inauguration of the state Peoples Democratic Party’s committees, urged politicians to shun politics of bitterness.
The minister who was the immediate past Chief of Staff in the Amaechi administration, thanked people of the state for their support which has helped him attain his current position.
He said, “I heard some people are saying that they will talk and expose people fighting them, it is too late to expose people fighting them now. It is meaningless now.
“I worked as a Chief of Staff at Government House and the documents are there for them to see. Let them carry the documents and go through them and do what they like with them.
“The day they speak, I will speak too. It is not only one man that can speak. When you speak, others will also speak.”
The minister also expressed the need to reach out to aggrieved members of the party saying, “You cannot eat alone; when you eat alone, it is not always satisfying. The PDP is a big umbrella that can accommodate everybody. Everybody should be carried along,” he said.