2023: Reno Analyses Wike’s Promise to Obi, Kwankwaso

By Tapre Timine
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Former presidential aide Reno Omokri has analysed River State Governor, Nyesom Wike’s logistics support promise to the Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate, Peter Obi, and his counterpart of the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP), Rabiu Kwankwaso.

Recall that a large crowd of supporters had trooped out to receive the Obi when he arrived in Rivers state, Port Harcourt last Thursday to commission the Ikoku flyover built by Wike’s administration.

During the inauguration of the project, Wike pledged to provide the former Anambra Governor with logistics support whenever he desires to campaign in the state.

He said:

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Each time you want to campaign in the state, let me know, all the logistics support, we will give to you.

“I know you as a person, you have all the criteria, you have all the characteristics to lead this country, you have it. Nobody can deny that.”

Wike equally promised Kwankwaso during the latter’s inauguration of the Mgbutanwo Internal roads in the Emohua Local Government Area of Port Harcourt; Rivers State on Monday.

Wike had said:

I have known you and I know you are a man of integrity so I want to say that whenever you want to campaign in Rivers State, I will provide you with all your logistics, just let me know when you want to come.”

Analysing Wike’s promise to the two flag bearers, Omokri said it was the River Governor’s way of saying they’ll lose in the 2033 polls, assisting them to lose well.

Omokri’s tweet seemed to be particularly directed at the ‘Obidients’ who, according to him, regarded Wike’s promise of ‘logistical support’ to their principal as an endorsement.

He said on Twitter:

I hope Obidients, who were celebrating Wike’s promise of ‘logistical support’ to Obi as an endorsement, heard what Wike told Kwankwaso yesterday. He gave the same promise of ‘logistical support’. Another way of saying ‘you will lose’ so I will help you lose well! #TableShaker.”

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