When You Don’t Finish Secondary School, You Will Not Understand My Grammar – Wike To Secondus
During the inauguration of the Aluu-Omagwa Link Road, the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, slammed the former National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Prince Uche Secondus, who said it will be difficult for an individual to impose a presidential candidate on the people of Rivers State. Wike stated that he only plans to reveal his preferred candidate, and he never said he would impose a candidate on the Rivers people.
Wike slammed Secondus, stating that when he does not finish secondary school, how will he understand his grammar. He also stated that Uche Secondus has been expelled from the party, pointing out that he is no longer one of them.
According to him, “Uche Secondus” said no one man can impose a presidential candidate on the people of the Rivers. He’s not a member of our party. His ward expelled him from the party. The court affirmed it. He went to court of appeals; he lost. He went to the Supreme Court. The matter was adjourned to October 23, 2023. I told him he would not be the national chairman to conduct the convention; does he conduct it? Up until now, you’re not a member of our party.
“And in any case, I never said I was going to impose my candidate on the Rivers people, did I say so?” I said I was going to tell the Rivers people whom I’m going to support and whom I’m going to campaign for. But you see, you don’t blame them; when you don’t finish secondary school, you will not understand the grammar. “That I will tell Rivers people whom I want to support does not mean I want to impose a candidate on Rivers people.”