Rivers State Governor Ezenwo Nyesom Wike, has reiterate that know other political party can win in Rivers State except PDP, he made this declaration while speaking to the newly elected members of the National Assembly who paid him courtesy visit at the Government House recently.
Wike also expressed confidence that he will emerge victorious during the March 23, 2019, supplementary election.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) canceled the March 9, 2019 governorship election in Rivers state due to reports of violence.
According to The Cable, Wike said “I know that PDP won the elections squarely. We believe in peace, therefore Rivers people should remain calm. We believe in due process. I believe that INEC is doing their best to follow the due process.
“In the end, it will be a sweet victory. The will of Rivers people will prevail. The people of Rivers voted overwhelmingly for the PDP in all elections, while the anti-democratic forces attempted to snatch results at the collation centres.
“Let me thank the people of Rivers state for the love they have shown for our great party. What is happening is sad. It is a drama.
We have 13 house of representatives seats and the PDP clinched all of them. We have three senate seats, one has been declared and PDP won. When the remaining two seats are declared, PDP will win all.
“You begin to wonder why any right-thinking person would say that PDP lost the governorship election. Not that they say PDP lost to a party with a known logo, or even if you have seen the candidate one day in your life or seen his posters to make people vote for the candidate.
For us, it is a drama. PDP won the election squarely.
“Not when you hijack results at the collation centre. When you hijack Form EC 8C, you forget that there is Form EC 8A. Any other party can win in any other state, but not in Rivers state. I dedicate this victory to God and the good people of Rivers state who stood firm and said that nobody can manipulate their mandate.”
However, INEC has sacked four collation officers in Rivers State over allegations of partisanship.