Jaafar: You Cannot Grow Under Wike’s Tutelage, Become His Top Disciple And Not Be A Rogue

Jaafar: You Cannot Grow Under Wike’s Tutelage, Become His Top Disciple And Not Be A RogueJaafar Jaafar, the creator of Daily Nigerian, shared his opinions on the disagreement between Siminalayi Fubara and Nyesom Wike on his verified Twitter account. Jaafar’s tweet alluded to a Hausa proverb, suggesting that Fubara, having been trained under Wike’s guidance, could not have escaped the scandals involving his mentor. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

The proverb, “a gazelle calf cannot be a crawler while its mother is a runner,” suggests that the traits of a mentor are often passed down to their protégé. In this context, Jaafar insinuates that Fubara, who rose to become Wike’s “top disciple and successor,” would inevitably inherit the same characteristics attributed to Wike, whom Jaafar labels as a “rogue.”

This statement comes amid a backdrop of political maneuvering and legal battles that have characterized the relationship between Wike, the former Governor and current Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), and Fubara, the current Governor of Rivers State. The crisis reached a peak when President Bola Tinubu intervened, leading to a series of resolutions aimed at quelling the discord.

The resolutions included the withdrawal of court cases and the halting of impeachment proceedings against Governor Fubara. These developments were seen as a move towards reconciliation and stability within the state’s political landscape.

Jaafar’s commentary reflects the skepticism that some observers hold regarding the authenticity of the peace process and the potential for genuine reform. It raises questions about the influence of political legacies and the possibility of change within the ranks of Nigeria’s political elite. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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