- The campaign posters of Governor Wike of Rivers recently surfaced in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja
- The title of the poster is 'rescue Nigeria' and it was produced by Jingiri Bala Mato
- Could Governor Wike be nursing a presidential ambition or his detractors are at work?
Governor Nyesom Wike has not mentioned anything about becoming Nigeria's president but if the posters that flooded the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja are anything to go by, 2023 election will be tough.
Presidential campaign posters bearing the name and pictures of the Rivers governor were spotted in Abuja.
Punch Newspaper reports that the posters which are in two different types were sighted on Monday morning, January 25.
According to the news outlet, the posters were posted in strategic locations on the popular Herbert Macaulay Way in the Central Business District of the FCT.
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The posters' inscriptions read: “Rescue Nigeria 2023”. They were produced by the National President of Rescue Nigeria Movement, Jingiri Bala Mato.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that it is no longer news that Wike donated a whopping sum of N500 million to rebuild Sokoto state market that was burnt by fire and this singular move got many Nigerians from the southern part of the country agitated.
Awwal Muhammad in his reaction to the latest move by Wike wrote:
"And that pledge was done to score cheap political goals. Wike should know that even if he pledges the whole of Rivers to sokoto, nobody will even look at him twice if he decide to contest come 2023."
Mary Modesty wrote:
"Wike, like others from the South and East, are very foolish to the bone marrow. They never learn anything from others before them. This kind of foolishness is so so astonishing and second to none."
In another development, Rochas Okorocha a former governor of Imo state and a serving senator said that he and other progressive minded politicians are muting a new political order ahead of 2023.
He said this is as a result of the silent agitations and complaints across the country against the current state of the nation.
Legit.ng gathered Okorocha said on Monday, January 18, that it is obvious that people are not satisfied with what is on the ground from their body language, adding that there is an urgent need for the regrouping of the ‘good politicians’ to restore public confidence in governance and save the country.
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