- Nyesom Wike, the FCT Minister, has been spotted singing and dancing to President Bola Tinubu's mandate song at the office of the chief of staff to the president, Femi Gbajabiamila
- The minister's joyous mood in the trending video was coming at a time when he was facing several political battles
- One of the political battles confronting Wike presently was the call on President Tinubu to sack him
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The minister was seen singing the popular "Bola, on your mandate we shall stand" song that appeared in a joyous mood in the trending video seen by Legit.ng.
FCT Indigenes call on President Tinubu to sack Wike
The development is coming amid several political battles confronting the minister, including the recent by some FCT indigenes, who protested Abuja on Wednesday, December 6, called on President Tinubu to sack him.
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Adamu Kabir Matazu, the convener of a civil society group, Network of Civil Societies for Economic Sustainability, spoke on behalf of the protesters and alleged that the minister should be probed over policies on the allocation of land in the FCT.
Matazu alleged that the FCT had become the centre of controversy as a result of the misguided action of Wike, which undermined the Renewed Hope agenda of President Tinubu and also cast a shadow on the federal government's credibility.
Wike, Senator Kingibe face-off
Also, the minister is facing strong criticism from the lone senator representing the FCT at the national assembly, Ireti Kingibe, over some projects the minister set to embark on.
Kingibe has described the projects as non-people oriented, confronted Wike at a stakeholders meeting and appeared on television station to air her opinion against the projects.
Aside his rift with some leaders of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), the former governor of Rivers state has been finding it difficult to find peace with his successor, Siminalayi Fubara, who has allegedly destroyed the political structure he put in place.
Speaking to Legit.ng on the development, Temiloluwa Bamgbose, a public commentator, stated that Wike and Gbajabiamila appeared to have strong political relationship and that the minister may be decamping to the All Progressives Congress (APC).
"Wike and Gbajabiamila have maintained political friendship prior to the election and he may join the APC in the subsequent days in order to secure his job as a minister."
Below is the video of the minister dancing:
FCT indigenes stage protest in Abuja over Wike
The group, in their hundreds, listed the achievements of the minister in his short time of resuming the office.
This is coming barely 24 hours after another group of Abuja indigenes protested and called for the removal of Wike as the FCT minister.
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