Wike returns to Rivers after his trip to Turkey

Gov Wike
Gov Wike
The Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, has returned from Turkey to the state capital, Port Harcourt. On Saturday,
Wike landed at the Port Harcourt International Airport, Omagwa in Ikwerre Local Government Area, accompanied by the governor of Abia State, Okezie Ikpeazu.
Before being transported directly to his private residence in Port Harcourt, the governor was greeted by PDP stakeholders led by the state chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Desmond Akawor.
After seeing the Nigeria Law School, Port Harcourt campus, the governor traveled to Istanbul last Friday, exactly one week ago.
There were rumors that he had traveled to France and met with the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, when he was in Turkey, but Tinubu denied seeing Wike in France.
Sydney Gbara, the state publicity secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party, told The PUNCH on Friday that the report contained no reality.
Gbara added that the people responsible for the aforementioned news were attempting to blackmail the governor due to his rising political stature.

In addition, there were unsubstantiated accusations that Wike denied an audience to Adamu Waziri, a former minister of Police Affairs.

According to the allegation, Atiku Abubakar, the PDP presidential candidate, had sent Waziri to speak with Governor Wike, but the governor refused.
In addition, a source from Abia State revealed that the state’s governor, Ikpeazu, had returned from his holiday in Turkey, along with his counterpart from Rivers State, Nyesom Wike.
Barr Eze Chikamnayo, state commissioner for information and strategy, commented on the return of the governor, stating, “Ikpeazu traveled to Turkey with his colleagues, including Governor Nyesom Wike and Seyi Makinde.
So in this season of politics, it is customary for leaders to contemplate the mileage made so far. Everyone is aware that these governors have been extremely active over the past two months.
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