Rivers Governor Nyesom Wike has donated N20m to the Apostolic Church of Nigeria, Rumuodara, Obio-Akpor, attributing his success of his administration to God.
Wike said the money was his support to the church to advance its missions and evangelism work.
The Governor reiterated that without God, his administration would not have enjoyed the success already recorded.
The Governor in a statement by his Special Assistant, Media, Kelvin Ebiri, maintained that God was the reason for his success story in governance.
Wike spoke at the solemnisation and holy wedlock between Charles Sam-Sam Jaja and Miss Abigail Linus Ekpe at The Apostolic Church Nigeria, Rumuodara community in Obio-Akpor.
The groom, Charles is son of Dr. Sam-Sam Jaja, a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Rivers State.
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Wike said but for God they would not have been able to provide good governance that benefitted Rivers people.
The governor expressed gratitude to God for the love shown to him and to his team, whose success has baffled many people.
Wike explained that he was in church to join, Dr Sam Sam Jaja, one of the leaders in the State to support his son.
The minister, Apostle Precious Aeba harped on the importance of communication in strengthening the marriage union.
Apostle Aeba explained that communication builds trust, engenders tolerance and emboldens the couple to deepen love for each other.
He charged them to grow their love through submission and enjoy a long lasting relationship and prosperity.