The Rebisi Kingdom in Port Harcourt City Local Government Area of Rivers has announced its readiness and preparedness to encourage and support Gov. Nyesom Ezenwo Wike to contest the 2023 presidency in order to help rescue the country from total collapse.
According to the Paramount Ruler/Nyenweli Mgbundukwu Community in Diobu PHALGA, HRH Eze Owabie Tobin who is leading the campaign team in a chat with newsmen said “the Rebisi people as a whole want to show their gratitude to the governor by joining other well-meaning Nigerians to encourage Gov Wike who has shown enough capacity and will-power in the state to go to the centre with the same zeal and determination to rescue the country alongside other patriotic leaders from total collapse”.
The Monarch reiterated that their readiness to purchase the nomination form for the governor is to show their seriousness.
Eze Owabie also used the opportunity to once more congratulate the Eze Epara Rebisi Kingdom, HRM Eze Uche Isaiah Elikwu over his legal victory for the throne and subsequent recognition by the state government and pledged their loyalty and support for his administration.
He however advised the Rebisi Monarch to carry everybody along in the scheme of things while also appealing to those who lost in the legal battle not to feel dejected but make their ideas available in order to move the kingdom forward.
On the evasion of the Odili residence by security operatives at Abuja, Eze Owabie said he supports Gov Wike’s stand on the matter, adding that the Federal Government needs to show verifiable evidence why it should not be held responsible for the action which he noted is an organized conspiracy going by the administration’s antecedents in the past.
On the policy of electronical transmission of electoral results in future elections, the Monarch said it is a welcome development if only the operators would be patriotic enough to religiously implement the policy, adding that the policy is very close to the transparent electoral process the citizens have been clamouring for which he noted will take care of most electoral malpractices in the past.