Wike can go to hell, burn to ashes – APC

The Ebonyi chapter of the All Progressives Congress has called the bluff of Rivers State Governor Nyesome Wike, telling him to “go to hell”.

This follows Wike’s statement that the PDP would pursue the removal of Governor Dave Umahi and his deputy Kelechi Igwe up to the Supreme Court.

The Cornet reports that a judge, Iyang Ekwo, had in his recent ruling sacked Umahi, Igwe, and 16 state lawmakers who defected from the PDP to the APC.

The APC, in a statement by Stanley Okoro-Emegha on Sunday, said Wike and his co-travellers are “sadists” and they should know God had positioned Umahi to succeed Buhari in 2023.

“The Rivers State Governor was reacting to the very unjust and widely condemnable Federal High Court ruling which recently sacked Governor Umahi and his Deputy, Dr. Kelechi Igwe.

“Wike should know that it is God that lifts and not mortals like him. So, no amount of his evil plots will be portent enough as to be able to dislodge nor remove a serving Governor who was single-handedly installed by God Himself for a unique purpose for His people.

“Wike and his co- travelers should go to hell and burn to ashes if they cannot accept the verdict of God which has clearly positioned Governor Umahi as the most qualified and preferred aspirant to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023, and stop behaving like sadists who are hell-bent on equalizing misery.

“If not that Governor Umahi has warned us against attacking any leader or Governor on his behalf, I would have properly situated the despicable character in Rivers State Government House who now masquerade as a Governor.

“However Governor Wike is once again advised to focus his attention on solving the numerous developmental challenges buffeting his Rivers State, and stop dissipating energy sounding like the godfather of the Nigeria body-polity”

Umahi defected to the APC from the PDP, the party on whose banner he won election twice as governor of Ebonyi state, in November 2020.

But the PDP instituted a suit at the Federal High Court in Abuja urging the court to sack the governor and his deputy, Kelechi Igwe for the defection.




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