2023 I’ll Be A Proper Commander In Chief As President ― Wike

Popular academic scholar, Professor Jerry Gana has assured Nigerians that the controversial Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike will rule Nigeria one day as he would become the President of Nigeria.

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain had also chipped in some advise to Nyesom Wike for himnot to work against the platform in protest of the outcome of the presidential primary.

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The former Nigerian Information Minster had also given the counsel on Friday during the flag-off of a flyover in Obio/Akpor, Rivers State.

Gana said Wike’s sustained emphasis on development projects makes him a good candidate for Nigeria’s presidency.

He added that the governor’s projects have shown that good governance is possible through good leadership.

“I am not a prophet but you have a bright future. If some people have disappointed you this time around, don’t worry, your future is bright.

“Age is on your side. You will preside over Nigeria someday”, the politician said.

Gana urged the people to vote for PDP Rivers candidate Siminialayi Fubara, “so that the good things he (Wike) is doing can be continued”.

The ex-minister appealed to them not to “make the mistake of throwing away” their votes to another party in 2023.

In May, Wike lost the PDP presidential ticket to Atiku Abubakar after Sokoto Governor Aminu Tambuwal stepped down for the former vice president.

In another report, the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike has revealed that he is going to be leaving his office as a happy man come 2023 due to his policies that he has achieved.

Wike had also noted expansively that he is actually happy to be leaving office at this time because his administration has not disgraced the people while adding that he has fulfilled all his promises as well.

He spoke during the flag-off of a flyover project in Obio/Akpor Local Government Area of the state on Thursday. Wike said only failed leaders move around with security details after leaving office.


Africa Today News, New York

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