Governor Wike said at the Friday media chat he remains a committed member of the PDP, despite the crisis rocking the party.
The PDP has been enmeshed in a leadership crisis after its presidential primary in May.
Mr Wike’s group is demanding the resignation of the National Chairman of the party, Iyorchia Ayu, to achieve a “regional balance” since Messrs Ayu and Atiku are both from the north, but Mr Ayu has insisted he was elected for a four-year term.
The Chairman of the PDP Board of Trustees (BOT), Walid Jibrin, who is from Nasarawa State in the north, resigned a few days ago, apparently to placate Mr Wike and his group.
The Deputy Chairman, Adolphus Wabara, a former president of the Senate, from Abia State in the South-east, is now the acting BOT chairman.
However, Mr Wike’s camp, not impressed with Mr Jibrin’s resignation, has insisted Mr Ayu must step down from his position.
“I just want to say clearly that what I believe in and what I continue to stand for is justice and equity, it doesn’t matter whose interest is involved,” Governor Wike said at the Friday media chat.