Port Harcourt-based singer, Duncan Mighty, has mocked former governor of Rivers State, Rotimi Amaechi, while hailing the newly sworn-in governor of the state, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike. The singer described Wike as a "brother, leader, and fan." Commenting further, Duncan Mighty said Wike has "proved to us that the greatest achievements in life is doing what others said you cannot do." He reminded Amaechi of how he (Amaechi) swore that "over my dead body must Wike succeed me," adding that Amaechi also boasted that the "court will stop his (Wike) swearing-in come May 29 unless I (Amaechi) not a man," but that today, the same Wike has succeeded him as the number one citizen of the state. Duncan Mighty stated that the moral lesson of it is that "whatsoever you are doing in life and it seems that’s where you are having the greatest challenge, don't quit because you don’t have to be in the UK to be ok, help comes from above not abroad." He added that, "Whom God has blessed, no man can curse." READ ALSO: Jonathan Dissolves cabinet as Wife Stays Away from Inauguration Ground Click And Read More From Newstrack.ng
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