Wike to Rivers: “Don’t Expect Fubara to Behave Like Me”
- The governor of Rivers State is preparing his people to get a better understanding of the incoming administration of his successor
- Governor Nyesom Wike has urged the people of Rivers State not to expect Siminialaye Fubara to behave exactly like him
- Wike, however, urged Rivers to support Fubara and his deputy, Prof. Ngozi Odu so they can surpass his record of success
Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state has told the people of the state not to expect the incoming Governor, Siminialaye Fubara, to adopt his style in relating with them.
But the Governor insisted that with the support of the people, Fubara and his deputy, Prof. Ngozi Odu, would surpass his record of success.
Wike speaks on Siminalaye Fubara's govt, task Rivers people
Wike spoke at a public lecture and book presentation in his honour at Dr. Obi Wali International Conference Centre in Port Harcourt on Thursday, May 25.
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He urged Rivers people to understand no two persons are the same and should not expect the same level of relationship they experienced under his administration with the incoming government, The Nation reported.
“Don’t compare that the way I relate with you should be the way the incoming administration must relate with you, no. We have different styles but what’s important is being able to deliver."
Prophet releases prophecy of division between Tinubu and Shettima, Wike and Fubara
In another development, Primate Elijah Ayodele, the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church leader, has rolled out a prophecy that the president-elect, Bola Tinubu, and his subordinate, Senator Kashim Shettima, would encounter a division.
Primate Ayodele disclosed this in a statement by his spokesman, Osho Oluwatosin.
The statement revealed that the southwest and northern cabal would be plunged into a feud that would cause a separation between Tinubu and Shettima.
Wike reveals why he demolished Bayelsa Govt's property in Rivers state
Governor Wike, on the other hand, blamed the leadership failure of his counterpart, Douye Diri, for the demolition of the property owned by Bayelsa State in Port Harcourt, the capital of Rivers state.
Wike said he has no apology for demolishing the Bayelsa state government property in Port Harcourt.
According to him, Governor Diri promised to renovate the property within three months but reneged, prompting his administration to pull down the building.