"I Made Mistake": Wike Makes Striking Comment Amid Fubara's Brag, Video Emerges

"I Made Mistake": Wike Makes Striking Comment Amid Fubara's Brag, Video Emerges

  • Nyesom Wike, the minister of the FCT, has confessed to making the mistake of nominating Governor Siminalayi Fubara as his success in Rivers state
  • While begging the people to forgive him for making a wrong judgment, he vowed that correction would be made at the appropriate time
  • Wike vowed that no court injunction would stop the law from taking its cause and that everything would be done at the right time

The Minister of the Capital Territory (FCT), Nyesom Wike, has said backing Governor Siminalayi Fubara of Rivers state was a mistake he would correct at the appropriate time.

The FCT Minister insisted he made mistakes in his judgement of Fubara and asked the people of the LGA and political family to forgive him.

Nyesom Wike, the FCT minister, has said he made a mistake for nominating Governor Siminalayi Fubara as his successor in Rivers state and begged the people to forgive him. The former governor said the law must take its cause.
Wike comments on court injunction banning Rivers lawmakers Photo Credit: @GovWike, @SimFubaraKSC
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Wike hints at correcting mistakes of nominating Fubara

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He said at the appropriate time, they would correct the mistake, insisting that he would continue to make his detractors angry so they would keep making mistakes.

Wike said:

”I want to say this clearly: we have made a mistake in life. I have made a mistake. I own it up, and I say God forgive me. I have said all of you forgive me. But we will correct it at the appropriate time. I am a human, I am bound to make a mistake. So forgive me for making a wrong judgement. So nobody should kill”.

He also responded to some developments and actions from the camp of Rivers Governor Siminalayi Fubara, on the ongoing political crisis in the State.

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Wike spoke on Saturday at the grand Civic reception held at Ogu-Bolo in honour of Chief George Thompson Sekibo to celebrate his 20 years of service at the National and 36 years of his life in public service.

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The former Rivers Governor told Fubara’s camp that no injunctions obtained at 2 a.m. or 4 a.m. would stop the law and due process from taking its course in the state.

Wike said:

“If they like they can go to anybody by 2am or 4am to get an injunction. The law will take its course. We must follow due process.”

See the video of his speech here:

Wike vs Fubara: Tinubu speaks on Rivers crisis

Legit.ng earlier reported that President Bola Tinubu had been revealed to be planning a neutral role in solving the political crisis in Rivers state.

The presidency clarified that the warring party should focus on governance to the people of the state till 2027, which is the time of politics.

Ajuri Ngelale, the spokesperson to the president, said Tinubu will ensure that every stakeholder has what they need to work.

Source: Legit.ng

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