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Rerun: Enemies of Rivers’ll be disappointed —Wike

Rivers State governor, Nyesom Wike, has stated that the  enemies of the state would be disappointed  after the rerun elections on December 10, 2016, despite their negative  plots against  the  state.

Speaking during the  2016 Super Sunday Service of the Christ Apostolic Church at Emohua, Wike  noted that the enemies  of  Rivers State are working  hard to stoke violence in areas where the rerun elections will hold .

He said: “I have to come to formally report to God that the enemies of the state are back. The way they were humiliated in 2015 and March 19, 2016 is the way they would be humiliated  on December 10, 2016. “Pray for peace in the forthcoming rerun  elections in the state”

The governor  said  that the resources  of  Rivers State  will always be used for the good of Rivers people.

“Never again  will Rivers resources be used to sponsor national politics. We will not take our money to play  national politics”, he said.

Wike added: “Rivers is a Christian State and we owe nobody an apology for that. I want to reiterate our commitment  to setting up   a special intervention  fund for churches to take care of their members, who are in need.

“At present, church  leaders  are fine tuning the details  for this special fund, which we believe will further unite the church.”

The governor  said  that State Ecumenical Centre  would be  ready for the state’s  50th Anniversary by next year, while the Government House Chapel would be  dedicated  by December, 2016.

In his address, chairman, Port Harcourt Conference of the Christ Apostolic Church, Pastor G.C. Onuigbo, urged the governor to sustain his development  programmes.

He also called on him to carry all the people of the state along, irrespective of their political affiliations.

Guest Preacher, Pastor Ayo Ezekiel described Wike  as a man of destiny, who had been positioned by God to rebuild  Rivers.