Rivers State Governor, Chief Nyesom Wike, has declared that those planning to truncate the lifespan of his administration will be disgraced by God at the end of the day.
Wike said that his administration, by the virtue of strategic planning, had confounded those who claimed that road construction could not take place during the rainy season.
Addressing a congregation at the Lord’s Chosen Renewal Charismatic Ministry in Port Harcourt, on Sunday, Wike said that his victory at the polls was ordained by God and made possible by the prayers of clerics, including the pastors of the Lord’s Chosen.
“Those who are fighting and plotting to truncate the lifespan of the mandate freely given to me by the people of Rivers State will be disgraced by the God of the Lord’s Chosen.
“The way the God of the Lord’s Chosen did it on April 11, that is how he will do it again,” the governor said.
The governor recalled that it was at the Lord’s Chosen Renewal Charismatic Ministry, Rivers State headquarters, that he made a vow that if the rumour that he was a member of a cult was true, he should not win the governorship election.
Wike recalled how he went ahead to win the governorship election to prove that the rumour spread by the opposition was false.
According to him, “If you recall, I did say that if I belong to a secret society, I should not win the governorship election of Rivers State.
“By the special grace of God, the pastor prayed for me before the congregation, he prayed for me in private, and he has been praying with me up till now. To the glory of God, the election came and God Almighty triumphed.”
He directed the immediate commencement of the road to the Rivers State headquarters of the Lord’s Chosen Renewal Charismatic Ministry, Port Harcourt.
The governor also directed the development of the premises of the church in line with the promise he made to the church during the governorship campaign.
He said both projects would be completed before September 7, 2015.