27Lawmakers:Samuel Nwanosike, Ikenga wants money from Fubara who has agreed with Appeal Court ruling


The troubled chairman of Ikwerre LGA, Samuel Nwanosike, responded to remarks made by Ikenga Ugochinyere, the House of Representatives’ ‘G60 parliamentarians’ spokesperson. Ikenga noted that the recent Court of Appeal decision did not reverse the dismissal of 27 legislators in Rivers State under the leadership of Martin Amaewhule.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

However, in a video shared by TVC, Samuel accused Ikenga of trying to get money from Governor Fubara. He pointed out that Governor Fubara has accepted the Court of Appeal’s decision and plans to seek further interpretation from the Supreme Court, which is the right approach. He criticized Ikenga for inciting trouble instead of following proper legal procedures. He also doubted Ikenga’s claim of having the support of 60 National Assembly members, suggesting he has only a few followers.

In Samuel’s words: “Ikenga is looking for money from Governor Fubara who has agreed with the judgment of the Court of Appeal. If you listen to what Governor Fubara said, he said he has accepted and that is why he and his followers are going to the Supreme Court for further interpretation. That is the right thing to do, not to come and incite crisis. We are saying enough of Ikenga Ugochinyere and all his antics. A man that has only four followers will come and tell Nigerians that he has 60 followers”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>