Wike:Asukewe Ikoawaji ‘If The President Removes Him As Minister, He Will Come Back To Rivers State’

Wike:Asukewe Ikoawaji 'If The President Removes Him As Minister, He Will Come Back To Rivers State'Asukewe Ikoawaji, a member of the Rivers State Elders Council, has claimed that Nyesom Wike, the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, would have to return to Rivers State if the President decides to remove him from office. He emphasized that since the former governor now resides permanently in Rivers State, a tranquil setting is essential to his reintegration into the community. He went on to explain that the people causing the current situation in the state were appointees of Wike’s during his tenure as governor.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

He said in an interview with Arise TV, ”Wike as a sitting minister now will not stay in office forever. The President has the right to change him if he no longer needs his service. If the President removes him as a minister, he will come back to Rivers state. And you can only come home when there is peace. When Wike was governor, the people causing this problem were the ones working with him. They can’t come up to say Wike is a bad person today. However, they are only fighting for their interest.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>