Governor Nyesom Wike has led a protest to the Rivers state police command over the conduct of the security operatives during the Rivers state rerun election.
The election which was marred by accusation and counter-accusations between the Peoples Democratic Party and the All Progressives Congress was marred by irregularities and violence.
The governor led hundreds of Rivers citizens on the protest today, Thursday, November 15.
Wike called for the redeployment of the assistant commissioner of police Steven Hasso and Akin Fakorade from the state.
This is coming on the same day an audio recording was leaked of Wike allegedly threatening to kill an unnamed official of the Independent National Electoral Commission from Plateau who refused to help in the rigging of the election after collecting money from the governor.
See photos of the protest below:
Governor Wike leads protest in Rivers
Governor Wike at the gate of police command in Rivers
Protesters in Rivers
Protesters join Governor Wike in Rivers
See the video of the protest below: