By Bankole Wright
Rivers State governor, Nyesom Wike, has explained that the dissolution of the State Executive Council was done after consultation with the leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), in the state.
Speaking during the election thanksgiving service in honour of the Majority Whip of the state House of Assembly at St Martin’s Anglican Church, Ogu, on Sunday, Wike said that the dissolution was done to reform the administration in order to move the state forward.
He said, according to Vanguard, “This is when you know those who are loyal and those who are not. There is no crack in government. We are working together. The dissolution was done in consultation with the leadership of PDP in the state.
“You must work with those who are loyal. Those who are not loyal will be shown the way out. Those who are loyal will come back. When you are going into another dispensation, you have to put things in order.”
Wike noted that the dissolution was done at the appropriate time and that most states have already dissolved their respective executive councils.
“In government, there are those hungry to come in and those hungry to go. If you are a political appointee, you must expect any eventuality,” he said.