Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, has said that comparing his performance with that of the ruling All Progressives Congress in two years, Nigerians have seen the difference between good governance and false promises.
Wike spoke during the commissioning of the Second Nkpogu Bridge as part of activities marking his second year anniversary in office.
The governor explained that the decision was taken for former President, Goodluck Jonathan to commission the second Nkpogu bridge to communicate to the nation that the former President won’t be abandoned.
He said, “We are not politicians that when anything is wrong, they sing different song. Rivers State is a different place.
“When we believe in you, we believe in you. We are different from other Niger Delta states. We can say it with all authority.
“We cannot come out in the public and begin to castigate our own. Those of them, who do that, should have a rethink. For us, it doesn’t matter the blackmail against Jonathan, we will continue to back him.”
Speaking further, Governor Wike added, “Those who think that they have promises from those who think they own Nigeria should be careful.
“They will use you and dump you at the appropriate time.”