River State governor, Nyesom Wike, said that the only regret he has is not having the opportunity to tell bandits ‘enough is enough.’
Speaking at the inauguration of the dualized Ogbunuabali-Eastern bypass road in Rivers on Tuesday, August 9, by Aliyu Wamakko, former governor of Sokoto, who is a member of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Wike stated that leadership is not about a party but about individuals.
He also said that he would perform no matter where he is because he has a passion to serve.
“Leadership is not about party, leadership is about the individual. Party is only a vehicle to actualize your ambition, to be able to tell your people ‘I have this capacity; I have this quality to render services to you.
“If you take me away today from PDP to another party, I will still perform. So, it is not because I’m in PDP that I’m performing. It is because I have that passion for my people. It is because I have the commitment to serve my people.
“Take me to YPP and allow me to become whatever I will become there, I will perform. Take me to any party, and I will perform. So, it is not the party that makes you to perform.
“I challenge everybody. The problem we have in this country today is that we don’t have people who have that passion, who want to serve their people.
“The only regret I have is that I don’t have the opportunity to tell bandits ‘enough is enough. If I have the opportunity, the bandits know their time will be gone. It’s unfortunate I don’t have it.
“But this one I have, I will use it and serve my people so that they will be happy and know that they deserve the best,” Wike said.