Wike Stated That He Would Seek Guidance From His Wife, Others If Tinubu Offers Him Appointment

The former governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, expressed his intention to seek input from his wife and friends before deciding whether to accept an appointment offer from President Bola Tinubu. In an interview with BBC Pidgin, Wike emphasized that his wife and friends are the first people he would consult. While clarifying that President Tinubu had not approached him about any appointment, Wike stated that he is willing to serve his country and not too proud to do so. However, he mentioned his desire to take a break after serving as governor for eight years.

Wike stated, “I’m going to rest; I have worked for eight years, so I’m going to rest. Tinubu has not informed me about getting an appointment; I’m not too big to serve my country, but he has never told me that he would give me an appointment. If he asks me, the first thing I will do is ask my wife and friends for their opinion. I will also assess my own readiness. I will never take on something I am not prepared for.”

Despite meeting with President Bola Tinubu, Wike firmly ruled out any plans to defect to the All Progressives Congress. He clarified that his visit to the president was simply to offer support four days after Tinubu’s inauguration.

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