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Unlike Yahaya Bello I am Wike


When he claimed on Friday that he wasn’t like his Kogi colleague, Yahaya Bello, Rivers Governor Nyesom Wike had a fit.

According to NA, he gave a speech at the publication event for retired Justice Abdu Aboki’s book, “Selected Leading Judgments of the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court.”

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Wike claimed that his trip to the capital brought back memories of his failure in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) primaries in May.

After losing the PDP nomination to former vice president Atiku Abubakar, the governor stated that this was his first visit to Abuja.

“When I arrived and moved through the area, I indicated that I believe My Lord wants me to deliberately remember what happened on May 28 and 29.”

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Wike claimed that, in contrast to Bello, who frequently traveled to Abuja after losing the All Progressives Congress (APC) ticket, he stayed in his state.

He jokingly said, “I am not like Yahaya Bello who lost and comes to Abuja everyday.

The Rivers captain praised Justice Aboki’s dedication to upholding the rule of law and the rule of justice.

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Aboki was hailed by Wike as a perfect jurist who “had indelible imprints in the sands of time and judicial history.”

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