Rivers Crisis: Fubara Vows to Probe Wike, Makes Major Move

Rivers Crisis: Fubara Vows to Probe Wike, Makes Major Move

  • Governor Siminalayi Fubara has revealed a plan to probe and prosecute his predecessor, Nyesom Wike's administration in Rivers state
  • Fubara disclosed his plan at the inauguration of Dagogo Iboroma as the attorney general of Rivers state on Monday, May 13
  • The governor's comment came after Wike expressed regret in nominating Fubara as his successor and vowed to correct his mistake at the right time

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Port Harcourt, Rivers — Rivers state governor Siminalayi Fubara has vowed that his administration will set up a panel of inquiry to investigate the last administration.

Fubara spoke on Monday, May 13, after inaugurating Dagogo Iboroma, SAN, as the state attorney general. Iboroma had been screened and confirmed by the Victor Oko-Jumbo-led House of Assembly.

Governor Siminalayi Fubara shares plan to probe the administration of Nyesom Wike in the state.
Fubara announces plan to probe Wike Photo Credit: @GovWike, @SimFubaraKSC
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It was gathered that the governor lamented the grand-scale sabotage of his administration, saying that the state was in a critical situation, PM News reported.

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He said it had become obvious that the political crisis could no longer be resolved.

This is barely 24 hours after the state's immediate past governor, Nyesom Wike, expressed regret in nominating Fubara as his successor.

Wike vows to remove Fubara

In a video, Wike vowed to correct his mistakes by removing Fubara from office while dismissing the claim that he wanted to be worshipped in the state.

Wike said that his mistake would be corrected at the appropriate time and begged the people of the state to forgive him for his wrongdoing.

Governor Fubara had fallen out with his political godfather and predecessor barely three months after resuming office as the state's number one citizen.

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The state house of assembly moved to impeach the governor, but President Bola Tinubu's intervention halted the move and resorted to a political solution to the crisis.

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However, the president's peace proposal seemed to have collapsed as stakeholders resumed the battle of supremacy between Fubara and Wike.

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 state's people 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.

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