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R-L: Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, President, Christ for All Nations, CFAN, Evangelist Daniel Kolenda, Vice President, CFAN, Peter Vandenberg and Pastor John Duka during a visit to Government House Port Harcourt on Thursday by Evangelist Kolenda.

Governor Wike berates APC Federal Government for stopping Prince Charles from coming to South-South 

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has berated the APC Federal Government for shielding Prince Charles of Wales from the neglected Niger Delta that produces the nation’s wealth.
Speaking when he granted audience  to international preacher, Evangelist  Daniel Kolenda at Government House Port Harcourt on Thursday, Governor Wike wondered what parameters were used in confining the Prince of Wales to Abuja and Lagos.
He said the actions of the APC Federal Government in the course of the visit of Prince  of Wales undercored the negativity that has characterised governance under the present administration.
He said: “The Prince of Wales came to Nigeria  and they took him to  Abuja and Lagos. They  didn’t want  him  to see the suffering people of the Niger Delta.
“It is our money and resources that they used to develop Lagos and Abuja.  Yet they did not want the Prince of Wales to see how they have neglected the area that produces the wealth of the nation.
“Look at the sitting arrangement of their photograph with the Prince of Wales and where they placed the producers of national wealth?”.
He said that the action of the APC Federal Government is very painful.
Governor Wike commended the leaders of CFAN for coming to Rivers State, despite the plots by the APC Federal Government to de-market oil oil  producing states.
Simeon Nwakaudu,
Special Assistant to the Rivers State Governor, Electronic Media.
8th November, 2018
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