I’m The Most Courageous And Selfless Aspirant – Gov Wike

I'm The Most Courageous And Selfless Aspirant - Gov Wike
Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State
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As the tussle for the Presidential seat takes a new dimension, Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State who is also a presidential aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has reiterated that when it comes to leadership, he is the most courageous and selfless leader to handle the issues beseigning Nigeria.

Governor Nyesom Wike made this statement on Monday in Akure, when he visited the PDP Secretariat to woo delegates ahead of the party’s primary election scheduled for May 28 and May 29.

He said the delegates knew he had the best chance to win the election for the party.

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Wike said Nigeria needed a courageous and selfless leader to end insecurity and stop all the killings in the land.

He added that he would not be happy with the party leaders if he got only got 80 per cent of the delegate’s votes and not all the votes from the state.

“I am here to make myself available to you. I want to run for the office of the president. Not that I only want to run, I want to win this election for the PDP.

“Many of us know what it takes to win election. If you look at all the aspirants, you will see that I have the chances of winning the election for the PDP.

“You need a courageous leader; you need a fearless leader; you need a leader who can stand and say white is white and black is black; a leader who can say insecurity is enough in this country.

“Nigeria has never been divided like this since this country was created. You require somebody that will say no more to this insecurity and I am the one that has the capacity to stop it.

“Let nobody come here to deceive you. They’d say they have been running businesses; they’d say they worked in an oil company; all those things don’t work in governance. Personal business is different from running government,’’ he said.

Wike added that he had been tested and everybody knew he spoke his mind any day and at any time, urging the delegates not to sell their votes.

 

Africa Daily News, New York

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