The Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, stated that he sometimes pities the governor-elect, Siminalayi Fubara, each time he sees him, pointing out that he’ll see demons when he’s sworn in as governor of the state.
He stated that the demons he’s talking about are demons of human beings who are pretending to be good now. He, however, thanked God for the victory his party recorded in their state.
According to him, “My Lord Bishop, you said that I said that there’s a demon.” The demon I’m talking about is not only the demons that people say are watching us in the night but that we don’t see. The demons of human beings They’re all around. That’s why sometimes, when I see the governor-elect, I pity him. I pray God can give him the kind of strength and courage that I have to withstand these demons and tell them to go to hell. If you don’t tell demons to go to Hell, you’ll fail. I looked into their eyes. I’ll tell them I won’t do this. They can be angry and go. I did it in the interest of the state. The day he’s sworn in, that’s when he will see demons. “Now, they’re pretending to be good, but the day he’s sworn in, he’ll see real demons among human beings.”