2023: I’ll finish banditry in six months, says Wike | The Guardian Nigeria Information


Gov. Nyesom Wike of Rivers on Saturday mentioned he’ll finish banditry in six months, if elected because the President of Nigeria within the 2023 normal election.

Wike, a presidential hopeful on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Occasion(PDP), made the declaration in a press assertion issued by Mr Kelvin Ebiri, his Particular Adviser on Media in Port Harcourt.

Wike, talking in a gathering at Abeokuta to the social gathering delegates from Ogun State, vowed to stamp out banditry within the first six months of his presidency.

He assured that his administration will present the logistics and devices vital for the safety businesses to expeditiously finish banditry within the nation if elected President.

Wike mentioned that he’ll prioritise the safety of lives and properties of each Nigerian.

The governor reiterated that he stays dedicated to the beliefs of PDP and can by no means go away it for one more political social gathering beneath any circumstances.

In his response, Gov. Adedapo Abiodun of Ogun State urged the delegates to help Gov. Wike to actualise his Presidential aspiration.

Abiodun expressed optimism that Gov. Wike will win PDP’s ticket and subsequently the 2023 Presidential election.



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