Rivers: Wike Was Declaring N12 Billion And Wike’s IGR Of Rivers Is Between N23 And N27 Billion

Rivers: Wike Was Declaring N12 Billion And Wike's IGR Of Rivers Is Between N23 And N27 BillionWithin the growing political dispute between Governor Siminalayi Fubara and Nyesom Wike, a notable voice from the Kalabari Kingdom has spoken up. Renowned leader Alhaji Asari Dokubo offered his viewpoint, providing insights into the continuing struggle. After being unsure at first, Dokubo has since stated that he now understands the fundamental differences between the two politicians.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

In a recent Facebook video, Dokubo detailed his observations on the financial management and discrepancies within the Rivers State government. Highlighting the vast differences in road construction costs and state revenue reports, Dokubo questioned the allocation and transparency of funds under Wike’s administration.

Moreover, Dokubo underscored conflicting reports on the state’s internally generated revenue (IGR). Governor Fubara claimed that Rivers State generates between N23 to N27 billion monthly, while Wike had previously stated the revenue to be between N13 to N15 billion. This inconsistency has led to questions about the allocation of the remaining funds.

“When this whole crisis started, I openly stated that I would not back anybody, and I asked those who believe in me not to support anyone, since we didn’t know the reason for the fight between the political father and the political godson,” Dokubo said in his video. “Today I can categorically beat my chest and say I know what happened between Wike and Fubara. Nyesom Wike’s IGR of Rivers State is between N23 and N27 billion, and Wike was declaring N12 billion. Where was the N13 or N15 billion going? Governor Fubara said they make between N23 to N27 billion every month.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>