BREAKING: Wike Reveals What He Will Do If Fubara Turns Against Him

BREAKING: Wike Reveals What He Will Do If Fubara Turns Against Him

  • Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state has disclosed that he would distance himself from the administration of Siminalayi Fubara, the governor-elect
  • Wike, who will be leaving the office on May 29, maintained that Fubara is not coming to serve him but to serve the people of the state
  • However, the governor noted that he would be available if the incoming governor ever needs his advice after he leaves the office

Port Harcourt, Rivers - Nyesom Wike, the governor of Rivers state, has disclosed that he would not interfere in the affairs of the state after leaving office as governor on May 29.

Reacting to the possibility of his successor turning against him after leaving office, Wike said the incoming governor was not elected to serve him but to serve the state.

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Wike reveals what he would do if his successor turned against him. Photo Credit: Nyesom Wike
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Siminalayi Fubara, the governor-elect, was the preferred candidate for Wike before the state's March 18 governorship election, and he secured a landslide victory during the poll.

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The declaration of Fubara by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) as the winner of the election was rejected by his opponents, including the All Progressives Congress (APC)'s Tonye Cole and his counterpart in the Social Democratic Party (SDP), Magnus Abe.

Wike would not hold any political post after leaving office, while Fubara will be taking over from Wike on May 29.

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The outgoing governor noted that if Fubara sought his advice as governor, he would be available; if he did not, he had no problem with that.

In a video of Wike's interview with Channels Television shared on Twitter on Monday, March 27, the outgoing governor said he supported Fubara to succeed him, and the respectful thing for him is to maintain a distance from interfering in his administration.

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Fayose disclosed that Atiku Abubakar was the architect of his loss during the poll by sacrificing the G5 governors for the party's chairmanship position.

The former governor also kicked against the performance of Arise TV and its presenter, Rufai Oseni, regarding the criticism of the medium against the opposition.


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