Saturday, May 28, 2022

HomePolitics2023: Wike declares presidential ambition

2023: Wike declares presidential ambition

Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike has expressed his ambition to run for president in 2023.

Wike stated this when he paid a visit to Benue State Governor Samuel Ortom at the Government House in Makurdi on Sunday, saying he is the finest candidate to depose the governing All Progressives Congress (APC).

He said, “To remove APC from power, I’m the person who can tell them enough is enough. We must take this power and I’m ready to take it for PDP.

ALSO READ:  Only Bands Were Adjusted, FG Didn't Increase Electricity Tarrifs - Keyamo

“God is with us that’s why APC keeps failing every day.”

He, therefore, urged stakeholders to give him their mandates and not to sell their votes, assuring that he has the capacity to, “face this evil government.”

Read Also: 2023 Poll: Wike warns Nigeria will shake, reveals candidate PDP will give ticket

Wike tasks traditional rulers on illegal oil bunkering

ALSO READ:  VAT: Wike accuses FIRS of attempting to amend constitution through the backdoor

He promised that if elected, security would be his topmost priority and also queried those founding fathers who ran away from the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, and still want to be recognised.

Wike stressed that he takes issues of the party personal because he has nowhere to run to.

ALSO READ:  FG begs Wike to let Rivers pupils enjoy free meals

He said, “by the time you ran away, you sold your share as a founding father so you can no longer retain your position of founding fathers.

“I stood for this party. I work for this party since 1998. I have nowhere to run to and that’s why anything that happens to this party I take personally. I have never relented.”

For publication of your news content, articles, videos or any other news worthy materials, please send a mail to thefreshrepo [email protected]

For Advert and other info, you can send a WhatsApp Message to +2348084076066

How To Make Money On Freshreporters=>

Join thousands of readers to receive daily Latest News:


Most Viewed news

close button