Gov. Nyesom Wike of Rivers has vowed to resign from office if anyone could prove he promised to make him his successor.
He said it was not in his character to make a promise to help anyone and to renege on the promise.
He explained that it had become pertinent for him to correct erroneous lies peddled by some persons that he reneged on his promise to make them his successor.
“If anybody can come out and challenge me, I will resign as governor of Rivers State,’’ he said.
He said that but for God’s divine benevolence and the support of Rivers people, it would have been almost impossible for his administration to achieve much since 2015.
Wike authorised the Accountant-General of the State to pay N60 billion to contractors working on various projects in the 23 Local Government Areas of the state to enable them to conclude projects speedily.
Speaker, Rivers House of Assembly, Mr Ikuinyi-Owaji Ibani and the Chief Judge of Rivers State, Justice Chibuzor Amadi, also commended the governor for identifying and tackling infrastructure needs of the State. CONTINUE READING……………………………..
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