I can’t be a second-class citizen in my own country says Governor Wike

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Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, has stated that he will not be regarded as a second-class citizen in the country.
Wike, who lost the Peoples Democratic Party’s presidential primary poll to former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, addressed to Rivers residents on Monday after returning from the Abuja election.

Wike expressed disappointment with the election results and stated that the North should not claim ownership of the country, claiming that Nigeria does not belong to any geopolitical zone.

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“, he explained.

“We have all we need to accomplish whatever we set our minds to.” It is entirely up to you to be fruitful. In Nigeria, we cannot respond to second-class citizens.

“We basically told them enough is enough with this one.” We forced them not to sleep, not to eat, and to know that there is someone who can take them on, no matter where they think they are coming from.

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“This country does not fall into any one of the zones. It is their prerogative if people are afraid to speak up. In my country, I cannot be treated like a second-class citizen.

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“They just want someone they can control, someone who would do everything they want him to do,” he said. “I will never be a party to that; the only people who can control me are Nigerians, not the few people who want to stay in power since the military dictatorship ended.”

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