Wike made the pledge on Thursday, at the venue of the Nkpolu-Oroworokwo Flyover inauguration, in Port Harcourt.
“Each time you want to campaign in the state, let me know, all the logistics support, we will give to you”, Wike said, adding that the former Anambra State Governor, has all the characteristic to lead Nigeria.
The Rivers Governor, however said, unlike Obi, who left the PDP, he will remain in the party.
“I know the humiliation you suffered. Nobody will hear what you pass through and stay in the party but I will not leave. I will stay and fight.
“I won’t leave this house. I will never allow armed robbers to take over this house. I will stay and chase away armed robbers.
“So, thank God because if you have not left, you would not have realised your ambition to be able to save Nigeria”, Wike told Obi.
Obi left the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in October 2014, and joined the PDP. He was the running mate to PDP presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, in the 2019 general elections.
He, however, dumped the PDP in early 2022 and joined the LP where he clinched the party’s 2023 presidential ticket.