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“You Will Feel My Wrath In Jail, If You Dare Me” – Wike Sends Warning To Opposition

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Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike has threatened opposition parties protesting his administration’s Executive Orders 21, and 22 with jail time if they oppose him.


While others are focusing on vote buying through cash inducement of the electorate, Wike said during the inauguration of Ahoada-Omoku Dual Carriage-Way at the State School, Ahoada East Local Government Area, that he has decided to make the people happy by doing more work in his administration.

According to him;

Ourown campaign is to do work. When you are talking about vote buying, this is the vote buying. We are using work to make the people to support us. So, people should not bother themselves thinking people are going to carry money.

See our own here, we are using the Ahoada-Omoku Road dualization, we are using Ahoada-Ekpena Road, we are using the University campus, we are using Ochigba/Ogbologbolo/ Ozochi Road. What will they (opposition) come here and tell you again.

Speaking on executive orders 21, and 22, Wike warned those who would dare to go against him to get ready to face the wrath of the law in jail.

The governor said;

I didn’t say nobody should use primary and secondary schools for campaigns. All have said is if you want to use primary and secondary schools for your campaigns, you deposit money.

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So that when you’ve used the place and spoil anything in the school, government will use the money to repair those things you spoilt and clean up the school. And there are those who say that they would disobey and no person will do anything. If you do disobey, you know where you will be.

Some people put campaign offices where people are living. Somebody is coming back to his house, he can’t enter. Why, because they are holding political meetings. We say this has to be regulated. It has to be in a none residential area. They say they will not, I say you will. If you dare without approval, you go to jail.

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