Jordan Nyesom (Wike Son) Biography
Nyesom Wike is a popular politician and lawyer who hails from Rivers State, Nigeria. He recently took office as Rivers State’s sixth governor after being elected to the position.
Three children have been born to Wike and his wife, Eberechi Suzette Wike. Recently, there was a lot of discussion in the US on the passing of the politician’s son, Jordan Nyesom. That, Jordan was shot and murdered.
However, the Rivers State Government has refuted the claims in remarks posted on various social media sites. Jordan Nyesom, Nyesom Wike’s son, has garnered a lot of attention as a result of this.
Jordan Nyesom graduated with a history degree from Exeter University in the United Kingdom in July 2022. The image of Jordan wearing a graduation gown and standing with his father and sister is posted on social media.
Jordan Nyesom has not disclosed his birthdate or hometown to the general public. He must be in his early 20s now because he only recently graduated. Jordan has a passion for the law, just like his parents did (his mother served as a judge), and he is most likely to follow in his father’s footsteps and practice law.
The Nyesom family was captured in a photograph the year before on convocation day at Exeter University in the United Kingdom. (The photo’s source was Instagram.)
The governor’s son graduated from Exeter University, where he had studied law, with honors and an upper second-class position in the subject. His parents, siblings, and mother must be very proud of him.
Other than the fact that he is uninjured and OK, there is currently no information about his whereabouts. Jordan Nyesom might be pursuing a master’s degree.
What Happened To Nyesom Wike Son? Is He Dead?
Jordan Nyesom, Wike’s son, is still alive. Recently, there was a story that went popular on the internet that claimed the governor’s son, Jordan Nyesom, had been killed in the US because of his alleged role in rigging the 2023 presidential election.
Nevertheless, the Rivers State administration intervened to claim that the reports were false and that Jordan was indeed OK and uninjured. The administration also claimed that the audio tape was fake and that Governor Wike’s name was being tarnished by it.
In a statement released on Monday, Chris Finebone, the Rivers State Commissioner for Information, claimed that the post was the result of “wicked persons” who were seeking to blackmail the governor of Rivers State and damage his reputation. The Rivers State website posted Finebone’s statement.
The statement claims that Governor Wike is shown in a video that was put online and immediately went viral, “going around with soldiers, scaring people, and manipulating voting and ballot collation.”
In his declaration, Mr. Finebone called it “a fabrication plucked from the bottom of hell”. He also urged people to reject the video in general. It now seems that the statement made by State Commissioner Finebone has led to yet another lie.
Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State, according to Finebone, neither has a son nor any children living in the United States.