George, a retired Naval Commodore and one-military governor of Ondo State, also urged the main opposition party to put its house in order ahead of next year’s polls.
George, who spoke with reporters in Lagos on the state of the nation, urged Wike to emulate him by making sacrifice for the platform.
George maintained that the fact that Ayu has continued to function as chairman after Atiku became candidate has upset some chieftains
from the South.
George recalled that the PDP founding fathers had promised the distribution of six core positions among the six zones to foster equity and unity.
He listed the positions as president, vice president, Secretary to Government of the Federation, Senate President, House of Representatives Speaker and National Chairman.
In his view, their proposal heralded the culture of zoning and rotation in a bid to give the six regions a sense of inclusion and belonging.