Nyesom Wike is a well-known politician and lawyer who has Nigerian citizenship. He was born in Nigeria. He was just elected to serve as the sixth Governor of Rivers State and is now in office.

Wike and his wife, Eberechi Suzette Wike, have been blessed with three children. There was a lot of talk about the death of the politician’s son, Jordan Nysom, in the United States not too long ago. Jordan was shot and killed there.

Nevertheless, through statements on various social media platforms, the Rivers State Government has dispelled the allegations. As a result of this, there has been a lot of interest directed on Jordan Nyesom, who is Nyesom Wike’s son.

In July of 2022, Jordan Nyesom received his degree in history from Exeter University in the United Kingdom. Jordan is seen standing with his dad and sister while wearing a graduation gown, and the photo is shared on social media.

Jordan Nyesom’s date and place of birth have not been made available to the general public. As he only graduated the previous year, he must be in his early 20s at this point. Jordan is interested in the law, just like both of his parents (his mother was a judge), and he is likely to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a lawyer.

The Nyesom family, seen in a photo on the day of convocation at Exeter University in the United Kingdom the previous year. (Instagram was the source of the image)

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The governor’s son received an honorable graduation with an upper second-class standing in the field of law from Exeter University, where he had studied law. His mother, father, and siblings must be quite pleased with him.

There is no information available concerning his location at the moment, other than the fact that he is unharmed and OK. Might Jordan Nyesom be seeking a master’s degree?

Ezenwo Nyesom Wike’s son, Jordan Nyesom, is not dead. There was a report that went viral on the internet not so long ago that said the son of the governor, Jordan Nyson, had been murdered in the United States due to his supposed involvement in rigging the results of the presidential election in 2023.

On the other hand, the government of Rivers State stepped forward to state that the reports were incorrect and that Jordan was really well and unharmed. Moreover, the administration said that the audio tape was fabricated and that its purpose was to smear Governor Wike’s reputation.

Chris Finebone, the Commissioner for Information for Rivers State, issued a statement on Monday claiming that the post was the work of “wicked persons” who were attempting to blackmail the Governor of Rivers State and ruin his image. Finebone’s statement was placed on the Rivers State website.

According to the statement, a video that was posted online and quickly gained widespread attention allegedly shows Governor Wike “moving around with military, intimidating people and influencing voting and collation of ballots.”

Mr. Finebone referred to it as “a falsehood drawn from the pit of hell” in his declaration. Also, he asked the general public to reject the video. Now, it appears that the remark made by State Commissioner Finebone has given rise to another untruth.

Finebone said that Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike neither has a son nor any children in the United States.

Eberechi Wike, also known as Eberechi Suzzette Obuzor, is Nyesom Wike’s wife. She originally went by the name Eberechi. At the Rivers State High Court of Justice, Mrs. Wike is a respected and well-known judge.

Eberechi Suzzette Wike, Nyesom Wike’s wife, is now serving as a judge on the Rivers States High Court.

The current First Lady of Rivers State was born in the town of Odiokwu, which is located in the Ahoada West region of the state. Her family is Christian, and she was raised in that faith. It is said that her father was a physician.

The partner of Nyesom Wike is a graduate of the Rivers State University of Science and Technology’s law program, where she earned a bachelor’s degree. Following receiving his high school diploma in 1996, the Judge went on to study law and received his B.L. (Barrister-at-law) degree the year after that.

After being granted a Chevening Scholarship, Justice Eberechi Suzzette Wike attended the University of Sussex in the United Kingdom to get a master’s degree in law (LL.M.). She is currently a member of the Supreme Court of Nigeria.