Ninth Assembly; Nyesom Wike blames PDP members for betrayal.
He blames them for allowing the opposition Party All progressive Congress (APC) to have the upper hand in the election of key leaders in the legislature
Nyesom Wike spoke during the solidarity visit by Anglican Bishops of the Province of the Niger Delta.
He said that members-elect did not obey the instructions of the PDP leadership, hence, the inability of the party to slug it out with the APC during the election of National Assembly leadership.
That he remained focused in his defence of the interest of Rivers State, lamenting that some politicians were easily swayed by circumstances
Adding that it was difficult to trust any politician totally because circumstances determine their positions on issues.
I am not carried away by congratulatory and goodwill messages.
The Bishop of Ikwerre knows one man called Mpi. Mpi said when you are moving and you hear footsteps, watch whether the footsteps are with you or they are stepping back.
“So, as a politician, one group you must watch very carefully is the politicians. They are easily swayed. Some believe when they believe, they believe.
“Something can entice politicians and they can change. If you watch what happened at the National Assembly, you can see that this is the attitude of politicians.
The governor said that some persons did not have principles and they simply used politics as a cover up for their unprincipled acts.
“These things we know and we are guided about it. I will never let my guard down to say everybody is with me. The only person I can be comfortable with at all times is God, if it is human being, no.
“I don’t trust any human being. It is difficult for me to give 100 percent trust that a man will continue to be like this or like that. The only person that cannot change is God.
For human beings, they can always change. That is why they are human beings. You can trust a human being, but be careful to open your eyes, because anything can happen,” he said
He also went on to say that in the bide to protect River State he will never bow to anyone.