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The above question is rhetorical and I do not need a response. I am not writing to berate or applaud Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state but to preach the gospel truth to him. The forthcoming Rivers state re-run election slated to hold on March 19 for the three senatorial districts, 11 House of Representatives and 22state assembly seats, have made the governor to move across Ugwuocha canvassing for vote for his political party, People's Democratic Party (PDP). The governor has been seen attending political rallies even as the ban on he placed on public demonstrations has not been lifted.

Wike was reported to have told the people of Ikwerre that if they see Rotimi Amaechi in any of the polling unit, they should beat him up or kill him because he is no longer a Governor and he deserves it. But unarmed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) protesters who never harmed anyone or destroyed any properties were arrested by the Islamic armed forces of Nigeria and are languishing in Port Harcourt prison without charge.



Governor Nyesom Wike was also reported to have said thus: "Let the chief of army staff come on Saturday to dare the will of the PDP and let's see if he will go back home alive" "Buhari as a Fulani President, cannot take any security decision without my consent and if he does, I will personally send him to his ancestors". The governor also boasted that the “armies of voters" in Ugwuocha will vote and defend their vote.





I want Wike to understand that Muhammadu Buhari the African Hitler is desperate to score political point in Ugwuocha and has exhibited that when soldiers invaded Ogoni land without his consent as the chief security officer of the state which resulted in deaths and destruction of innocent indigenes. Biafrans in Ugwuocha are in majority and have resisted severally the encroachment of the failed and psychopathic political party, All Progressive Congress (APC) into Biafraland and will do same again.

I implore Governor Nyesom Wike now that he has gotten his mandate affirmed by the Supreme Court, to focus on productive youth driven projects and shy away from the razzmatazz of road construction which has become a hallmark of every administration in the state. I also urge him to direct the state's attorney general to order for the immediate release of over 90 illegally incarcerated protesters in Port Harcourt prison.

By Chima Onyekachi
For Family Writers.
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