(Breaking) That stone he (Fubara) wants to throw will scatter purposes, part will land in Wike’s house and part will land in his house except if that probe is not genuinely done – According to Fred Nzeakor

(Breaking) That stone he (Fubara) wants to throw will scatter purposes, part will land in Wike's house and part will land in his house except if that probe is not genuinely done – According to Fred NzeakorIn an open interview with TVC TV, attorney and public affairs analyst Fred Nzeakor expressed his belief that, since 1999, Wike has accumulated wealth from Rivers State by abusing his positions of authority. This raises concerns about Wike’s ability to account for his earnings and accumulated assets in the event that an investigation is conducted. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

He condemned the practice of invoking God’s name for political gain, deeming it inappropriate and contrary to biblical teachings, and advised politicians to focus on their roles and responsibilities instead.

He said, “If he (Fubara) says it was God that brought him in, everybody in power was given authority by God. But God didn’t buy his form and God did not campaign for him. Somebody bought his form, somebody campaigned for him and somebody ensured that over all other contenders, he will emerge. So, they should stop using the name of God in vain. The bible is against it and they should play their politics.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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