Legislative leader of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, has said that the “intrusion” of the state by security operators amid the December 10 authoritative rerun, is just an indication of what’s in store amid the 2019 general race.
Wike was addressing writers on Thursday night and cases contender planes might be utilized amid the following general decisions.
“On the off chance that you can have an attack by the military, police, DSS and INEC for a customary authoritative rerun race, then on the off chance that you have presidential and governorship race, it will be a Tsunami,” Wike said.
“There will be warrior planes; they will find individuals’ homes and bomb them since that is the main thing remaining. That is the reason I said anyone who is thinking in regards to 2019 is squandering his time.
“28,000 policemen, three gunboats and others; even DPOs were exchanged a day to the race. A portion of the security operators had charms in their vehicles for the administrative rerun. They should bomb everyone who does not concur with them.
Wike likewise blamed the All Progressives Congress (APC), as those behind the sound clasp in which he purportedly undermined authorities of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
He said: “When you take a gander at specific things, you simply snicker. At no time did I address any constituent officer, not to mention issue dangers to any appointive officer. There is no place I addressed a constituent officer, undermining him or her as the case perhaps.
“It is absolutely not right. The real issue is: did the police take an interest in apparatus decision? Did the armed force take part in gear the decision? Did INEC trade off?
“Give them a chance to confront the truth and quit pursuing shadows. What is sound clasp? What can’t this legislature do? I don’t have a systematic; I don’t have a central security officer, I don’t have camp commandant. All were taken away before the decision.”