according to Wike: It Gets To a Stage, Your Girl Child Will Enter The Bathroom And Lock The Door From Behind

 

Vanguard reports that Siminalayi Fubara, the governor of Rivers State, has vehemently defended his reputation in the face of recent criticism, claiming that any flaws would have been obvious long ago. Using strong analogies, Fubara made the case that genuine character cannot be concealed forever while speaking at a public event.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

“If I were a bad person, you can’t hide a bad character for more than a week, a month, a year, or even sixteen years,” Fubara stated. “For sixteen years, if I was a bad person, everybody would have known. But, even your own child that is in your house, that you have given birth to, it gets to a stage, your girl child will enter the bathroom and lock the door from behind.”

Fubara dismissed the idea of being force-fed a negative narrative, emphasizing that he would reject any falsehoods once he discerned the truth. “Even if they forcefully put a feeding bottle in my mouth, if I get filled up, won’t I pull it out?” he questioned.

He encouraged the public to critically evaluate the sources of such rumors, urging them to demand concrete examples of his alleged bad behavior or ungratefulness. “When people stand outside and say what they say, I want you people to ask them to tell you in their own good conscience, what is that bad thing; that wickedness, that ungratefulness that this man (Fubara) has ever shown or done.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>