‘After We Won At The Tribunal, They Said We Wanted To Remove Them In The Supreme Court’ – According to Wike

'After We Won At The Tribunal, They Said We Wanted To Remove Them In The Supreme Court' - According to WikeThe allegations that Hon. Nyesom Wike, the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory and the former governor of Rivers State, planned to remove Governor Siminalayi Fubara from office have been softened by the Supreme Court. He maintained that he had backed the party all the way from the previous governor’s race to the tribunal court case in which they prevailed in the state of Rivers. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Wike declared that the state government’s executive authority will not intimidate his group. He made it quite apparent that he would oppose any effort to remove his political hierarchy within the state.

He said in a report by Channels TV, ”If they like, let them do as they are doing. They should go to any court they have in the state, and let them continue. We will never be intimidated by that. Every day they go for Thanksgiving but they are lucky that they didn’t show this attitude early.

After we won at the Tribunal, they said we wanted to remove them in the Supreme Court. Can you imagine that kind of thinking? And that was how they extorted money from them.”

Speaking further, he reiterated his stance that his political structure will not be taken from him, ”I dare anybody to pursue us in this state. If you want peace, we will give you peace. If you say you don’t like peace, we will make sure there is peace.”

President Bola Tinubu’s peace resolution has mitigated tensions in Rivers State. The State House of Assembly rescinded the impeachment notice against the governor, who subsequently reinstated some resigned commissioners. Nonetheless, a power struggle persists in the state, with the FCT minister vocalizing discontent over governance. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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