Despite warnings and threats as an aftermath of the political crisis in Rivers State, the Federal Capital Territory Minister, Nyesom Wike, reportedly landed in the capital city, Port Harcourt don Saturday.
The former Rivers governor defiled the threats from the present governor, Siminialayi Fubara’s loyalists not to step into Rivers land, according to Daily Post.
Recall that Honourable Boma Goodhead, a member of the House of Representatives, representing Akuku/Asari Toru Federal Constituency and other protesters had dared Wike to step into Rivers State again.
They vowed never to fold their hands and watch the former Governor pocket Rivers State.
“We are here to tell Ahmed Bola Tinubu to call Wike to order because the next time he comes into Rivers State to disturb the peace of the state we’ll not fold our hands and watch.
“Wike should come to Rivers State and we’ll show him what it means to hold Rivers State. We dare you, come back to Rivers State again if you’re a man,” Goodhead had warned.
However, Wike landed in Rivers State in the company of Senator Barry Mpigi, Senator Allwell Onyesoh, Minister of State, Petroleum, Heineken Lokpobiri, Rivers Assembly members and some local government area chairmen.
Here is the link to the video of Wike’s arrival in Port Harcourt: