Wike: Laolu Akande, He Goes On Social Media, Wears This Winter Jacket. He’s Dancing Like A Clown

Wike: Laolu Akande, He Goes On Social Media, Wears This Winter Jacket. He's Dancing Like A ClownIn a recent interview with Channels Television, Laolu Akande, the former assistant to Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike, voiced his disapproval of Wike’s actions on social media. According to Akande, Wike ought to adopt President Tinubu’s strategy instead of acting like a governor. Akande specifically brought up a video that went viral on social media that appeared to show Wike dancing while donning a winter jacket—a look he felt was unfit for a governor.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

He voiced his apprehension that Wike’s behaviour would damage the credibility of the administration and himself. Akande urged Wike to take a more dignified attitude, citing President Tinubu’s example.

He made the observation that, in light of the present political atmosphere, Wike is, second only to the president, one of the most important people.

But he was critical of Wike’s actions, bringing up the fact that Wike appeared on social media wearing a winter coat and dancing in what he called a clownish way. Noting that President Tinubu never openly behaved in such a way, he added that Wike should be reminded to follow Tinubu’s example.

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During an interview on Channels Television, he remarked “If you look at the political dimensions, the political dispensation today, after the President, some will argue that Wike will be the most influential.”

“But his behavior is becoming unbecoming. First of all, he goes on social media and wears this winter jacket. He’s dancing like a clown, and you have his engagement of his, this broad with his own governor.”

“Somebody should tell him that. Look at the trajectory of President Tinubu, whom you’re serving. Did you ever find him behave in such a way that you’re behaving publicly?”

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