Rivers: ‘Put Everybody Together; Don’t Allow the State to be Engulfed in Crisis’ — According to Wike to Fubara

Rivers: 'Put Everybody Together; Don't Allow the State to be Engulfed in Crisis' — According to Wike to Fubara

In a video released by TVC after the Rivers State crisis, the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Nyesom Wike, pleaded with Governor Siminalayi Fubara to lead the people and prevent the state from sinking into crisis. According to Wike, he entered office as governor of the state during a period of calm, which he upheld throughout his term. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Wike emphasised that every family or group has its share of diverse characters, and similarly, a political entity like a state may have its challenges. He urged people to consider a broader perspective and maintain peace in the state, highlighting the advantage of handing over leadership in a peaceful environment.

According to him, “Everybody has one bad person in his house. Everybody has one mad man, so don’t think you’re the only one who can produce mad men and bad people. I have seven children, for example; one may be the bad one. You may have 10; one may be the mad person. When the time comes, you’ll see how mad men are behaving, and you’ll see how the other person will behave. So put everybody together; don’t allow the state to be engulfed in crisis because you took the state when the state was peaceful. Allow it to continue to be peaceful because it is your own advantage that when I came, there was peace; when I’m here, there was peace; when I’m leaving, there’s peace.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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