How Much Do You Know Chief Nyesom Ezebunwo Wike, Governor Of Rivers State?

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Today is the birthday of the
Governor of Rivers State, Chief Nyesom Ezebunwo Wike and of course, it calls for celebration.
But how well do you know your Governor? The following are questions you can answer to prove how well you know your leader.
All responses should go to The Tide Editor, 4 Ikwerre Road, Port Harcourt, complete with identity and address of the respondent. However, family, friends and associates, members of the State Cabinet and leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) are disqualified from taking part in this quiz competition.
Winners shall be published in subsequent publications
1.    How Old Is Wike?
(a)    45
(b)    47
(c)    48
(d)    49
(e)    None of the above
2.    When Was He Born?
(a)    In the Morning
(b)    In the Afternoon
(c)    In the Evening
(d)    In the Night
3.    What Is His Favourite Meal?
(a)    Jollof rice & Plantain
(b)    Eba and Egusi Soup
(c)    Fried Rice and Chicken
(d)    Pounded Yam and Fresh Fish
(e)    None of them (Then What?)
4.    How Does Wike Relax?
(a)    Swimming
(b)    Playing golf and tennis
(c)    Reading
(d)    Partying
(e)    None of them (Then What?)
5.    How Does Wike Start His Day?
(a)    Morning devotion with family
(b)    Private prayers in solitude
(c)    Quick look at the day’s schedule
(d)    Songs of praise and adoration
6.    When Does He Wake Up?
(a)    4am
(b)    5am
(c)    6am
(d)    6.30am
(e)    None of them (Then when?)
7.    Where Did He Acquire Primary School?
8.    Where Did He Attend Secondary School?
9.    Which Universities Did He Attend?
10.    What Are The Correct Names of Wike’s Wife?
The short script below will give you some clues. Happy Quiz.
Chief (Barr.) Ezebunwo Nyesom Wike until May 29, 2015, when he was inaugurated as Executive Governor of Rivers State, was the Minister of State for Education.
Born in the early 1970s to Reverend and Mrs Nlemanya Wike, he hails from Rumuepirikom Community in Obio/Akpor Local Government Area of Rivers State.
He acquired Degrees in Law, and Political and Administrative Studies. He was twice elected as the Executive Chairman of Obio/Akpor Local Government Area. He was also the President of the Association of Local Governments of Nigeria (ALGON) between 2007 and 2011.
Before he became a federal minister, Chief Wike had served as the Chief of Staff, Government House.
He has received various awards, such as NUJ, Abuja Council Special Recognition Award for Revival of Basic Education (2011), Pilot Newspaper’s Most Outstanding Minister (2011), amongst others.