Rivers Anglican Bishops and Clerics Endorse Governor Wike for A Second Term 

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Anglican Bishops and Clerics from all the Dioceses in Rivers State  have endorsed the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike  for a second term.
The Anglican Bishops and Clerics  made their position known  at an interactive session with  the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike in Port Harcourt on Wednesday.
Speaking  on  their behalf, Anglican Bishop of Okrika Diocese, Rt Rev. Tubo Abere said that the success of Governor Wike in the forthcoming election has been written on the sky.
He said Governor Wike  has done well for the state, noting that his works have marketed him to the people.
“This one is our own. You cannot see your own and choose another one. We will be behind you come rain, come shine. The victory has been won by God.
“What is there for us to do is to pray and believe.  Our dear governor you are working.  Success is for you. No weapon  fashioned against you shall prosper”.
Venerable Alex  Usifor said that that Governor Wike  deserves the support of the people.
Venerable Bela of Ahoada Anglican Diocese said that they will re-elect Governor Wike with their votes.
Responding, Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike urged Christians to actively participate  during the elections to ensure that the right leaders are elected.
Governor Wike said the way Nigeria is going, it needs to be rescued  and handed over to a leader that will revive it for the benefit  of the people .
He said: “Nigeria is not moving well. We have to take our destiny in our hands. You know where things are going wrong and the right action to be taken “.
The governor said that Nigeria does not belong to one entity . He said Nigeria belongs to all groups and no group should play second fiddle.
He said given the opportunity  of a second term, he would continue to support the Church and create avenues for more productive  engagements.
Governor Wike said Rivers People must work for a new direction  at the Federal Level because the current administration  abandoned the state for four years.
He said the imbalance  in appointments at the Federal Level is ugly.  He said the recent posting of commissioners of police is one of the most ridiculous  in recent times.
Prayers were said for Rivers State  and the peaceful conduct of credible elections in the state.
Simeon Nwakaudu,
Special Assistant to the Rivers State Governor, Electronic Media.
13th February, 2019.