I Dare Gov. Wike To Make The Video He Said He Has Public – Rivers Police Commissioner

Rivers State Police Commissioner, Francis Mobolaji Odesanya has challenged the Governor Nyesom Wike to keep to his threat and make a video footage he claims he has public.

The Commissioner who spoke through the Command's spokesperson, DSP Omoni Nnamdi, frowned at the sad trend by the governor who has recently taken to blackmailing personalities and institutions of government for cheap political gains.

DSP Nnamdi while reacting to the allegation said:
"It is sad that the state governor has chosen to drag the Commissioner's name into his politics. The Police remains true to its constitutional mandate and apolitical. Police men do not vote during election duties and they don't also carry weapons to polling units, so I wonder which role the police will play to rig elections in Rivers State.

"Considering the seriousness of the allegation, I challenge Governor Wike to as a matter of urgent public interest make the said video involving the CP and APC leaders in a secret rigging meeting public."

The Police PRO also reassured the people of the command's readiness to provide adequate security before, during and after the December 10 concluding rerun legislative elections in the state.