The Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, has explained the reason behind naming one of the blocks in the newly-inaugurated Justice Iche Ndu Magistrate Court Building after his wife, Justice Suzzette Eberechi Nyesom Wike. He stated that he named the block after his wife because he wanted to be generous to himself, adding that his name is already on the building and naming one of the blocks after his wife is not a bad idea.
The Magistrate Court building was commissioned by President-elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, who declared the winner of the recently-conducted presidential election by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC. Governor Wike also revealed that the last block was named after his wife, and it will be named after Justice Suzzette Eberechi Nyesom Wike.
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Governor Wike further explained that the reason for naming the building after Justice Ndu was because he did exceptionally well during his tenure as Chief Judge, and he contributed to the growth of the judiciary. This development has generated diverse reactions from Nigerians on various social media platforms.
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