Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, has said that the time of reckoning is coming for those who continue to insist that they can take the national leadership in the Peoples Democratic Party.
The governor maintained that nobody can silence him from speaking against such injustice and demanding that the right thing be done.
Wike spoke at the inauguration of the Emohua campus of Rivers State University and the flag-off of staff quarters, performed by the Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde, on Wednesday.
The governor said such persons would account for every wrong thing that they have done when the day of reckoning comes.
He said, “That is why I am telling the people there, look, it cannot work. You can’t take everything. If you take everything, it will purge you. So you better do the right thing now.
“Don’t sit there and think that you can muscle me and you can do everything; you can manipulate anything. You can think you have the number to make sure you take everything, but the time is coming when you will account for it.”
He insisted that the delivery of quality projects by him and his colleague governors will serve the PDP well in their respective states.
According to him, it will be erroneous for the PDP states that have failed to provide good governance to solicit votes from the electorate.
Performing the inauguration of the campus and flagging off of the staff quarters, Makinde made a veiled reference to the recent statement credited to the national chairman of the PDP, Iyorchia Ayu, who said those calling for his resignation were still children when he and others were founding the party.
He said, “If children are doing all of these, I think what Nigeria needs are children. So, my brother Wike, you can be assured that Nigeria appreciates you.