Buhari’s Refusal To Sign Electoral Bill Will Affect Polity — Wike Hints

(Last Updated On: 2021-12-21)


Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike on Tuesday has hinted that the refusal of President Muhammadu Buhari to assent to the Electoral Act amendment bill would have ripple effect on the polity.

Wike stated this shortly aftr assenting N483.1 billion 2022 Rivers State Budget of Consolidation.

He said that as a political year, 2022 will also be turbulent politically and would require much attention.

“By grace of God, we’ll hit the ground running from January 1st. We think what you have done is to support the executive council to render good services to the people of the State.”

“Next year will be politically turbulent and will affect performance of every budget. But I pray to God that it shouldn’t be much, so that we will be able to execute the necessary plans and goods we have for our people.

“I must sincerely thank and assure you that we will do all we can to make sure we achieve not less than 80 per cent of the implementation of the budget, believing that God willing we will get the necessary resources.”

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