GOVERNOR WIKE MOCKS AMAECHI, CALLS HIM SUPER NOBODY

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While celebrating the victory of his anointed candidate, Siminalayi Fubara as governor-elect, Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike mocked his predecessor, Chibuike Amaechi calling him super nobody.

Shortly after the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) announced Fubara as the winner of the 2023 governorship election on Monday night, the governor noted that despite the evil machination of the opposition, the PDP has consistently won all the governorship elections in the State since 2015.

Wike said he will remain eternally be grateful to God because when he first contested for the office of governor in 2015, his predecessor, Amaechi was the incumbent, and was antagonistic to his political aspiration.

He mocked his predecessor for retorting to divisive and disgusting politicking during the electioneering period, saying the resounding victory of the PDP has further diminished his political relevance in Rivers State.

The governor further boasted that Rivers State has once again reasserted itself as one of the premier strongholds of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the country following the victory of Fubara.

He said: “Whom God has blessed, no one can curse. There is nothing anyone can do about it. God at this time has said Siminalayi Fubara will be the next governor, and we give God the glory today that, that has happened.

“We won 23 local governments, 23 over 23. It has never happened. Out of the 32 State constituencies, we have won 31, it is remaining one that they said we will go for bye-election. We are ready and we will take that one.

“So, we have said to anybody who cares, Rivers State is PDP. When you annoy us, we do another thing. When we wanted to vote for the unity of the country, we showed it. We didn’t do anti party, but we voted for unity of the country and that is what we did for one Nigeria.”

Governor Wike, who dedicated the electoral victories of the PDP in the just concluded general elections to almighty God and the people of Rivers State, commended party stalwarts for remaining steadfast in defense of the State since he assumed office in 2015.

“Let me thank all of you for the support you have given us, and how you stood firm to make sure that we defend what is Rivers State. In 2015, we did it, in 2019, we did it and in 2023, we have done it again. So, it is not surprising, God has always been with us.”

Wike further boasted that Rivers State has once again reasserted itself as one of the premier strongholds of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the country following the victory of Fubara.

He said: “Whom God has blessed, no one can curse. There is nothing anyone can do about it. God at this time has said Siminalayi Fubara will be the next governor, and we give God the glory today that, that has happened.

“We won 23 local governments, 23 over 23. It has never happened. Out of the 32 State constituencies, we have won 31, it is remaining one that they said we will go for bye-election. We are ready and we will take that one.

“So, we have said to anybody who cares, Rivers State is PDP. When you annoy us, we do another thing. When we wanted to vote for the unity of the country, we showed it. We didn’t do anti party, but we voted for unity of the country and that is what we did for one Nigeria.”

Governor Wike, who dedicated the electoral victories of the PDP in the just concluded general elections to almighty God and the people of Rivers State, commended party stalwarts for remaining steadfast in defense of the State since he assumed office in 2015.

“Let me thank all of you for the support you have given us, and how you stood firm to make sure that we defend what is Rivers State. In 2015, we did it, in 2019, we did it and in 2023, we have done it again. So, it is not surprising, God has always been with us,” he said.

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