Nyesom Wike, the governor of Rivers State, has mocked PDP members who want to expel him from the organization due to his advocacy of “balance, justice, fairness, and equity.”

POLITICS NIGERIA reports that according to the governor, those clamouring for his dismissal ironically left the party, frustrated its electoral chances and made it to lose the 2015 election.

Governor Wike spoke at the inauguration of the Nkpolu-Oroworukwo flyover, the 9th constructed and completed by his administration.

Peter Obi, the Labour Party presidential candidate performed the inauguration in Mile two Diobu, Port Harcourt on Thursday.

“Those who are threatening me are those who destroyed PDP and made us lose an election in 2015. I stood firm in this party when this party was to die. Peter Obi, you were there at the party then.

“I was the one with my friends who supported this party. Those who left the party are the ones coming to tell me that I want to scatter the party when you (they) have scattered the party and made us lose an election in 2015. Now we are in opposition. Who put us in opposition?” Wike said.

Governor Wike, however, restated his resolve to remain in the PDP, and doggedly fight those he described as vampires, armed robbers, and scavengers. NewsReport learned

“I will not leave. I will stay here, I will fight the vampires, I will fight hyaenas, I will fight the scavengers. I will not leave this house. I will never allow armed robbers to take over my house. I will stay to chase away the armed robbers: he vowed.




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