Fubara has Beginning To Talk Too Much I Think Someone Who He Respects Needs To Talk To Him

Fubara has Beginning To Talk Too Much I Think Someone Who He Respects Needs To Talk To Him

Siminalayi Fubara, the governor of Rivers State, has sparked a heated dispute with remarks he made recently about members of the House of Assembly. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Governor Fubara made the highly critical claim that the assembly members’ legislative standing depends on his approval, implying that he has the authority to declare them obsolete whenever he pleases. He said his recognition, which came from the Peace Accord President Bola Tinubu started, gave them the right to serve as legislators.

In response to Governor Fubara’s controversial comments, Babajide Kolade-Otitoju, a respected investigative journalist and historian, offered his perspective during a briefing on TVC news. Kolade-Otitoju expressed apprehension over the escalating tensions within the political landscape, cautioning against the potentially divisive impact of Governor Fubara’s rhetoric. He noted a noticeable shift in the governor’s demeanor, observing that while previously perceived as reserved, Governor Fubara now appears increasingly vocal and confrontational.

Kolade-Otitoju emphasized the importance of intervention by individuals whom Governor Fubara respects, urging them to counsel him on the potential consequences of his statements. He remarked, “I think someone who Governor Fubara respects needs to talk to him because he’s beginning to talk too much and he’s beginning to heat up the polity. In the past, we saw him as somebody who rarely talks, but he’s beginning to advertise himself as somebody who when he talks you wonder what’s wrong with him.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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