Rivers Conflict: “When they don’t get patronages, they return to Wike to say Fubara is bad” According to Gogo-Jaja

Rivers Conflict: "When they don't get patronages, they return to Wike to say Fubara is bad" According to Gogo-JajaTamunosisi Gogo-Jaja, a former commissioner for water resources and leader of the Rivers State House of Assembly, downplayed the political standoff between current governor Fubara and former governor Nyesom Wike in a recent interview on Channels Television’s Morning Brief program. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Gogo-Jaja stated that Wike has never publicly spoken about his personal issues with Fubara in any forum, suggesting that their understanding is private and not a cause for concern. He emphasized, “Whatever their understanding has been or was or is, I’m sure that it’s flowing, and therefore, like I said before, there’s no crisis.”

The former leader attributed the perceived crisis to individuals seeking patronage from Governor Fubara, who, when unsuccessful, resort to complaining to the FCT Minister. He dismissed these claims, saying, “This man is not doing well. This man is bad.”

Gogo-Jaja’s comments aim to downplay the severity of the Wike-Fubara feud, which has been a subject of concern in Rivers State. His perspective suggests that the issue is not as significant as perceived and that it may be driven by individual interests rather than a genuine political crisis.

In his words;

“Has Former Governor Wike was ever said in any fora in this State or at Abuja his personal issue with Governor Fubara? None. That’s to say whatever their understanding has been or was or is, I’m sure that it’s flowing and therefore like I said before, there’s no Crisis. Those who feel they can bend the head of Governor Fubara to get patronages. When they don’t get it, they return to the FCT Minister to complain. This man is not doing well. This man is bad”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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