Wike : Actual purpose Tinubu commissioned mission in Rivers – Group

Wike : Actual purpose Tinubu commissioned mission in Rivers – Group

A non-governmental group, Heart for Reform and Public Advocacy has revealed that the current go to of the President-elect, Bola Tinubu on the invitation of the state governor, Nyesom Wike is past the commissioning as extensively publicized.

The Public Relations Officer of the group Ifeanyi Okechukwu in a press release on Wednesday said that the choice to fee the Rivers State governor for undermining the PDP’s and Labour’s petitions is on account of the truth that Gov Wike is perceived as not minding to commit his final blood in guaranteeing that Atiku is just not declared the actual winner of the election for apparent causes.

“Certainly, there’s excessive expectation on Governor Wike to make use of the benefit of the truth that his spouse and Rivers State First Woman, Justice Eberechi Suzzette Wike, in whose honour one of many buildings commissioned by Tinubu was named, to community the judiciary for the aim of discounting the advantage within the PDP’s and Labour’s petitions.

“The invitation of Tinubu by Governor Wike to come back and fee judiciary constructing tasks was to supply a floor for the Tinubu crew to satisfy with Wike and seal the cope with him.

“Specifically, they consider that Wike has what it takes to undermine the petition by the PDP and Atiku, which they’ve adjudged as essentially the most potent.

“It’s their thought-about place that for so long as Wike stays Atiku’s albatross, the Rivers State Governor is extra fitted for the duty of liquidating the petition by Atiku”. Okechukwu said.

He added that there’s palpable apprehension within the camp of the APC and Tinubu due to the potential deserves in Atiku’s and Obi’s case.

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