Chief Nnamdi Wokekoro, former Mayor of Port Harcourt last week performed one last assignment before taking his last step to glory.

He brought Felix Obuah, State Chairman of the PDP and the Minister of Transportation and Leader of the APC in the South South, Rotimi Amaechi together.

The meeting between the two men took place at the Polo Club where an interdenominational worship was organized in memory of the late Wokekoro.

Obuah who arrived the venue walked straight to the high table where Amaechi sat, extended his right hand for a handshake as he took a bow in respect of a man he referred to  as “our leader.”

Our Correspondent who was present reports says there were smiles of approval from all who were present, but the meeting of both men was remarkable because it proved that political differences notwithstanding, Rivers politicians cannot be separated.

Obuah reportedly told Oby Ndukwe that he actually referred to Amaechi as “our Leader”, insisting that the Minister has attained staggering heights.

Recall that Obuah a.k.a Go Round was the chairman for ONELGA whilst Amaechi was the Speaker of the Rivers State House of Assembly.

Incidentally, Governor Nyesom Wike who was reportedly close to late Wokekoro did not show up at Polo Club.

Until the Telegraph left the Wokekoro residence where he was laid to rest, the governor did not arrive.

In a related development, the wife of the Minister of Transportation, Dame Judith Amaechi paid a condolence visit to Barrister Worgu Boms who lost his wife recently.

Mrs Amaechi who consoled the former Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice prayed that God would grant the Boms family the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.

In his response, Boms thanked Dame Judith for coming to commiserate with the family.

He disclosed that arrangements were on to bury his late wife.