- After losing the PDP's vice-presidential ticket, Governor Nyesom Wike has taken some time off to cool off his head
- In an effort to relax, the Rivers state governor travelled outside the shores of Nigeria with his Abia state counterpart, Governor Okezie Ikpeazu
- The Nigerian politician made this known through a post he shared on his Facebook page on Tuesday, June 28
Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state is currently on vacation in Turkey with his Abia state counterpart, Governor Okezie Ikpeazu.
Photos of the governors relaxing by the shores of the Aegean Sea were posted on Wike's official Facebook page on Tuesday, June 28.
"Finally enjoying a much-needed vacation in Turkey with my brother Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu."
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Wike loses VP slot
This relaxation is coming days after losing the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)'s vice-presidential slot to Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta state.
Nigerians took to the official Facebook page of Legit.ng and reacted to the development.
Kennedy Ezeocha wrote
"Make una enjoy your vacations and please you both should agree to solve the drainage problems of Rivers and Abia state most importantly Aba and port Harcourt cities."
"Whole Abia state people suffers."
Okafor Kingsley Ogugua said
"I know it's chika ike that's behind the camera. Come out we know u are with ikpeazu."
Stone Bwoy said
"Abeg my able governor give me location make I show up."
Alloy N Emmanuel wrote
"Now Igbo man is a brother of a rivers man ? No insult ooo I just asked..... there’s God oooo."
Rach Peters said
"See Okezie Ikpeazu laughing like a baby in a developed city. With his head like mushroom.
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"E don see say no be champagne bottles dey develop city.
"Chineke ga akpọ that man ọkụ! Come and see."
Rotimi Amaechi spotted relaxing on an island after failed presidential bid
Amaechi, a former governor of oil-rich Rivers state has been spotted on an unnamed island cooling off inside a boat.
The renowned politician has taken a well-deserved rest after his commendable outing at the just concluded All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential primaries where he came second.
2023: Power will go to South East after Kwankwaso, says former lawmaker Jibrin
A chieftain of the New Nigeria People's Party (NNPP) and former House of Representatives member, Abdulmumin Jibrin, in an interview has weighed in on the joint ticket of Labour Party's candidate, Peter Obi and Rabiu Kwankwaso, NNPP's presidential candidate.
According to Jibrin, the safest route for power to go to the South-East is for Labour Party to come into an alliance with the NNPP, sign a concrete contract and for Peter Obi to be the running mate to Rabiu Kwankwaso.
The former lawmaker made this disclosure during an interview programme on Channels TV and shared by The Punch.