Rivers 2023, Gov Wike And Chibuike Amaechi Saga Resumed Again

It’s crystal clear that the beef between the two Rivers State sons have resumed again which is now hitting the polity gradually.

The Rivers State govenrnor Nyesom Wike and the Honourable minister of transportation should be ‘calming down’ and work together for economic development on the Eastern Nigeria and beyond.

Early hours on Wednesday, at AIT Kakaaki show, the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi reacted to the statement attributed to Governor Nyesom Wike that the Bonny Seaport and railway line are mere antics to deceive Rivers People and lure people into APC..

In respond to this, Chibuike Amaechi berated Govenrnor Nyesom Wike over the comment, stating that his comment was careless and not based on facts.

Chibuike Amaechi accused Gov Wike of being a drunker, said that Governors do not speak carelessly, but with facts and figures.

Says election is coming in 2023 and that this is just 2021. 2 years to go.

The Rivers State Govenrnor, His Excellency, Barrister Ezebunwo Nyesom Wike responded again during the commissioning of the Omuhuechi-Omuoko-Omuokiri Road, Aluu in Ikwerre Local Government Area.

He asked a question saying: Someone who doesn’t drink but graduates with ordinary pass, and the one who drinks but graduates with 1st class or 2nd class.

Who is better?

Gov Nyesom Wike further said that the Federal Government is shielding Amaechi from prosecution for corruption.

The governor berated the Federal Government, said they flag off narrow gauge railway from Port Harcourt to Maiduguri when the rest of the world is building standard gauge railway.

Dez Mayorz Media gathered that the road project built by the State Govenrnor was Commissioned by the Former Deputy Speaker, House of Representatives, Sir Austin Opara.

The reconstructed road in Aluu is 6.1km long, 7.3m wide road complete with drains on both sides which measure 12.2km .

Below is some of the pictures from the Commissioning.

Dez Mayorz report.

By Okoye Chidiebele

Am Flamboyant. Oku!

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