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How Wike Publicly Embarrassed Himself During G-5 Meeting With Tinubu in Abuja

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How Wike Publicly Embarrassed Himself During G-5 Meeting With Tinubu in Abuja

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The immediate past Governor Rivers State, Nyesom Wike suffered a wardrobe embarrassment, our heritage reporter Nigeria reports.

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The former governor of Rivers state was embarrassed by his clothing choice earlier today while meeting with President Tinubu at the state house in Abuja.

The People Democratic Party (PDP)’s former G-5 members and the president met during this time. Former governors Samuel Ortom, Ifeanyi Ugwanyi, Okezie Ikpeazu, and Wike, in addition to current governor Seyi Makinde, all attended. The group’s leader, Wike, became the centre of attention due to an unintentional incorrect buttoning of his suit.

Pictures from the meeting that showed Wike’s inappropriate attire have since been used to make fun of the former governor, who was initially criticised for frequenting the villa.

Many Nigerians have mocked the former governor Nyesom Wike on social media for experiencing such a mishap

 

The G5, also known as the Integrity Group, visited President Bola Tinubu to inform him of the most recent events and to discuss the group’s position on fairness, equity, and justice in the nation, according to Oyo State Governor Seyi Makinde. Wike embarrassed Wike suit Makinde further acknowledged that nation-building is a difficult task and requires ongoing evaluation while being flanked by the four other members of the group who are currently the immediate past governors.

He stated that the G5 will continue to consult with the President on the direction the nation should take. The Oyo governor said, speaking to reporters from the State House, “Building a nation is a very difficult task.
You must continually assess your actions and direction even though you are aware of both. As a result, we must keep meeting with the President to inform him of the situation.

“The Integrity Group, the G-5, came to tell the President what we stood for: justice, fairness, and equity.

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