I Have Said It That If EFCC Invites Me, They Will Have To Stay In Rivers State For 6 Months -Wike
Nyesom Wike, the former governor of Rivers State in Nigeria, has made a statement regarding a potential invitation from the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) now that his two terms in office have ended. During a media chat in Port Harcourt, Wike emphasized that he has no intention of evading any financial agency. He boldly stated that if the EFCC were to invite him, they would have to stay in Rivers State for a duration of six months.
Wike explained that this six-month timeframe would allow the EFCC to thoroughly inspect and evaluate all the projects that were funded during his time as governor. He expressed confidence in his administration’s accomplishments and reassured the public that he has no fear and no plans to leave the state. Wike made it clear that he would not shy away and stated that he would remain accessible and present.
In his own words, Wike emphasized that if the EFCC wished to invite him, they should be prepared for an extended stay in Rivers State, where they could scrutinize each project, observe the impact of the funds, and witness the significant work that has been done under his leadership. He conveyed his fearlessness and willingness to cooperate with the EFCC’s investigation