Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, has warned that the Southern governors’ decisions on open grazing and other issues are irrevocable and must be respected.
Governor Wike stated this during a grand reception held in his honour by Ogoni nationality in Bori, Khana Local Government Area on Saturday.
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He said those opposed to resolutions taken by the governors in Asaba, Delta State, should realise that no section of the country is inferior to others.
The governor declared that he had taken further steps to fulfil the resolutions reached by the governors in Asaba.
“We have taken a position and no going back. Enough is enough. We are not second class citizens of this country. We also own this country,” he said.