Again, FG plans to frame me ahead of 2019 elections -Wike

Gov Wike of Rivers State corruption,Inec

Gov Wike of Rivers State

RIVERS State Governor, Chief Nyesom Wike, has again alerted Nigerians that the Federal Government has contacted a Lebanese who has been directed to claim that he received money from him (Rivers State Governor) to procure arms for the 2019 elections.

Wike also spoke on the arrest of the orderly of Rivers State Special Anti-robbery Squad Commander, Akin Fakorede, and another SARs operative for armed robbery and kidnapping.

The governor, who spoke on Sunday during a thanksgiving service in honour of the Chairman of Rivers State Local Government Service Commission, Chief Azubuike Nmerukini, at Saint Thomas Anglican Church, Port Harcourt, said that the APC Federal Government had entered a devious mode with the belief that framing opponents would enhance its political fortunes.

He added that Nigerians initially thought he was playing politics until former President Olusegun Obasanjo revealed details of how the APC Federal Government planned to frame him up.

“The Federal Government has arranged with a Lebanese to say that I told him to buy arms for the purpose of the forthcoming elections.

“I am not close to any Lebanese, let alone give money to anyone to buy arms for elections. We have dutifully served our people and we don’t need to purchase arms for elections.

“If elections are held 20,000 times, we will win because our projects have positively impacted the lives of our people,” he said.

The governor stated that the Federal Government was also planning to sponsor crisis in Rivers State ahead of the 2019 elections.

Wike pointed out that the aim was for the elections in the state to be postponed.

He said the target was to use security agencies for rigging purposes.



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