- Muhammadu Lamido Sanusi II. praised the leadership skills shown by Governor Wike in making Rivers the home of all Nigerians
- Sanusi stated this on Sunday, October 3, during a courtesy visit to the Governor of the State of Rivers in Port Harcourt
- The ex-emir also praised the quality of the public infrastructure, the development steps and the safety of the Wike- Administration
Port Harcourt, Rivers – The former Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Lamido Sanusi II, has the governor of the state of Rivers, Nyesom., hailed Wike for his leadership skills.
According to the former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Wike made the southern state the home of all Nigerians. < / p>
Sanusi made the reveal on Sunday October 1st during a courtesy visit to Go Uverneur of the State of Rivers in Government House in Port Harcourt.
In a state ement shared on Facebook by Kelvin Ebiri, the governor’s special assistant for media, Sanusi was delighted and praised them Quality of the public infrastructure, the development progress and the safety for the residents under Wike’s administration.
The former emir said:
“I would like to thank your Excellency, they have informed me of the support received and we have been closely monitoring His Excellency’s efforts to make Rivers a home for all Nigerians.
“To give all Nigerians the feeling of being real citizens of this country and to protect life and property as well as the freedom of people.”
Governor Wike answers his critics
He believes Nigeria needs to encourage states to use their resources and generate income, including sales tax, to advance their development.
Wike made this statement on Monday, September 20, during a courtesy visit from the manager and editor-in-chief of SUN (Newspaper) Publishing Limited, Onuoha Ukeh. who led a delegation to hand him a nomination letter for the SUN Man of the Year 2020 Award at Government House in Port Harcourt.
Wike threatens to showdown with FIRS
In a similar development, Wike threatened to” take over “all of the FIRS offices in the oil-rich south. Southern state, if the government agency continues with their “bullying”.
The governor addressed business owners in the state at a stakeholder meeting in Port Harcourt, the state capital.
Wike urged the state’s oil companies, construction companies and other business owners to start paying their sales tax to the state government in September.