Wike said this while speaking to attendees at the first Rivers state Christmas carol.
Governor Nyesom Wike has expressed confidence that he will overcome the current political challenge he is currently facing.
Punch Newspapers reports that Wike said this while speaking to attendees at the first Rivers state Christmas carol.
He said “I was the only council chairman in the country whose political litigation got to the Supreme Court during the 1999 electioneering process. I got my victory at the Supreme Court in April, 2000.”
Adding that “When God is doing something, He wants you to know that He alone deserves the glory and praise.”
The association of witches in Nigeria known as White Witches Association of Nigeria (WHIWTAN), have also advised the Rivers State Governor to pray hard if he wants to keep his seat saying “The ball is in Wike’s court. If he wants to remain as governor of Rivers State, he should pray very well otherwise the wind of change currently sweeping across the country will blow him away. But if he does all the needful, he will retain his seat.”
The Governor of Rivers state, Nyesom Wike also warned the Federal Government not to interfere with the upcoming National Assembly re-run elections.