Wike moves out of government house


The Rivers state governor, Nyesom Wike, has uncovered that he has moved out of the public authority house in arrangement to abandon office when his residency closes in 2023. 

 Wike told his crowd at a kid commitment service in Abuja, that he realizes some political powers will come after him when he leaves office. 

He said he is prepared to face such struggles when he ventures down as lead representative. 

The lead representative expressed that Senator Okorocha and his family were presently going through political abuse. 

He encouraged the congressperson to be unflinching in light of the fact that he will emerge from it more grounded, The Sun announced. 

Wike said: 

''Political indictment will come particularly after you have left office so the thing you're going through today isn't unconventional with you and your family. I realize they will come after me however am readied, I am prepared for them.'' 

Congressperson Rochas Okorocha has discussed the conditions encompassing his delivery from the guardianship of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

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