Wike Urges Women To Pray For Him, READ Why

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Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state has urged women in the state to remember him in their prayers as he remains focus in the delivery of development programmes in the interest of the state, Leadership reports.


The governor in represented by his wife, Hon. Justice Suzzette Eberechi Nyesom Wike, made the call yesterday, December 14, in Port Harcourt, while speaking at the national executive committee and annual general meeting of the International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA).

Governor Wike also urged the women to pray for his good health and the blessings of God upon his life.

Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state urges women to pray for him

Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state urges women to pray for him

According to him, his administration has impacted positively on the lives of the people of the state through his development programmes and commitment to the welfare of the people.

He said: “I will do everything in my power and capacity as the governor of Rivers State to support FIDA and the women of Rivers State. Women can be provocative, it should not be an excuse for men to be violent towards women.

“Our men should be taught to exercise more self control and our women should be less provocative. Men should be the best they can be as husbands so that they can look after their wives.”


Meanwhile, the Appeal Court has fixed today,  December 15, to give ruling on the appeal of Governor Nyesom Wike urging the court to set aside the judgment of the gubernatorial poll petition tribunal.

The Rivers state governor in a notice of appeal dated November 3, 2015, which was filed by his lawyer, Emmanuel Ukala, a Senior Advocate of Niger, raised twenty six grounds of appeal upon which he sought to set aside the tribunal’s judgment.

The APC alongside its gubernatorial candidate, Dakuku Peterside, the INEC and the PDP were joined as respondents.


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