Be Careful of Your Next Choice, Wike Tells Nigerians, Says APC Has Set Nigeria 20 Years Backwards

Be Careful of Your Next Choice, Wike Tells Nigerians, Says APC Has Set Nigeria 20 Years Backwards

  • Nyesom Wike has urged Nigerians to be more careful of members of the All Progressives Congress in 2023
  • According to him, the ruling party has set Nigeria 20 years backwards in just six and half years of its misrule
  • Going further, he added that it was only states controlled by the Peoples’ Democratic Party that are preoccupied with delivering the dividends of democracy

Nigerians have been urged to to be wary of whom they trust with the governance of the country. This was the position of Governor of Rivers state, Nyesom Wike.

Specifically, he called on Nigerians not to trust members of the All Progressives Congress in 2023.

According to him, the ruling APC Federal Government has set Nigeria 20 years backwards in just six and half years of its misrule, Punch Newspaper reports.

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Governor Wike has urged Nigerians to be more careful of APC members
Nyesom Wike has urged Nigerians to be more careful in their choice of who to entrust with the responsibility of governing Nigeria. Photo: Nyesom Wike
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The governor disclosed this at the inauguration of the Rivers State Government Safe Home that was performed by the Akwa Ibom state Governor, Udom Emmanuel in the Borikiri axis of Port Harcourt on Wednesday, December 15.

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He said:

“So, we must be careful of dealing with those who are not serious. A party that is not serious, that has set our country 20 years back. We must be very, very careful."

Wike appears as a witness in court to testify against a national daily

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Governor Wike had testified in a N7 billion libel suit against THISDAY Newspaper.

The governor said he appeared before the court to seek justice and clear his name as a person from the malicious publication by the newspaper.

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During his cross-examination, the governor asserted that the defendants maliciously and falsely portrayed him as an unreliable friend/person.

Nigeria's presidency accuses Governor Wike of treating judges badly

Also, the presidency on Sunday, November 21, called out Governor Wike over allegations that judges in Rivers state are treated badly.

The president's senior special adviser on Niger Delta Affairs, Ita Enang, said the judiciary in Rivers state is faring badly.

Enang also condemned other governors who have refused to make funds available to the judiciary in their states to implement their autonomy.

Source: Legit.ng

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