The Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, on Thursday said the insecurity issues in the country and corruption will force Nigerians to vote out the All Progressives Congress in 2023.
The Peoples Democratic Party Governor noted that the economic issues and insurgency has made Nigerians realise that they made a mistake voting for APC.
Wike stated this after inspecting the Greater Interchange and Underpass being constructed by Governor of Adamawa State, Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri, in Yola.
The Rivers State Governor said he is impressed with the developmental stride of the Adamawa State governor.
According to him, it same development carried out by the Adamawa Governor is seen in other PDP states.
Wike added that Nigerians are not pleased with the way things are been managed by the APC government.
“Are Nigerians happy? The answer is no. If Nigerians are not happy, what is the expected result that you intend to get? Obviously, Nigerians would want the APC government not to govern them in 2023,” he said.
“I believe that Nigerians now know that they have made a mistake and they want to correct the mistake by voting for PDP and no longer APC.”
Wike said the latest ranking of Nigeria as 146th most corrupt country in the world based on the recently published Transparency International Corruption Index report, indicated that the APC administration’s claim that it was fighting corruption had been misleading.
“What you see is vindictiveness. Today, if I want to leave PDP and go to APC, I will no longer be corrupt. The moment I remain in PDP, I’m corrupt. So corrupt,” he said.