2023:’God won’t allow those who will sell Nigeria govern us’- Wike fires back at PDP

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Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, has fired back at the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, over threats to expel the five aggrieved party’s governors, known as G-5 Governors.

Wike made this in his remarks during a Channels TV live broadcast of a road project flag-off at Ekpeye, Ahoada East River State, monitored by Authentic on Saturday.

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He also accused those who disagreed with him of being jealous of the Capacity of G-5 governors.

Reacting to a comment from the PDP that only God will determine the winner of the forthcoming presidential election, Wike said the G-5 governors’ prayers are that those who will betray their brothers will not govern Nigeria.

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For those who made those remarks, understand our background. We are here today because of God. Nobody can breathe air if not God not to talk about Political positions. Our prayer is that ‘God doesn’t allow those that will sell Nigeria in the next second to govern us. Our prayer is that God won’t allow anybody that will have an agreement with you, and in the next two minutes, the person will change, to Govern Nigeria; our prayer is that God will not allow those who will betray their brothers when they have agreed to do something.

“All the Jealousy you see is because we have Capacity; it is not to talk; I came in from London yesterday from Airport. I went to the flag-off. Did we say let us go home and rest? Today again, we are here. If they have the Capacity, let them go to one of their campaigns and return to the flag-off project just as we are doing. As we speak, I write down their names, those eager to commission my Projects. From now till the 29th of May, we will be busy commissioning and flagging off projects”.

Authentic gathered that for months now, it has been a war of words between the G-5 Governors, the Presidential Candidate of PDP, Abubakar Atiku, the Party’s leadership and the campaign team.

The G-5 governors are Nyesom Wike of Rivers, Seyi Makinde of Oyo, Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia, Samuel Ortom of Benue and Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu states.

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