Wike started as LGA chairman, somebody put him there, did anyone ask him what to do? – According to Jake Epelle

Wike started as LGA chairman, somebody put him there, did anyone ask him what to do? – According to Jake EpelleCitizens of Port Harcourt are pressuring the legal system to expedite the adjudication of cases related to the current political turmoil in Rivers State. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

The legitimacy of the 25 state House of Assembly members who recently switched from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to the All Progressives Congress (APC) is the main point of contention.

During an interview on Arise TV, Mr. Jake Epelle, the President and Founder of the Albino Foundation, shared his perspective on the matter. He questioned the legitimacy of power transitions, emphasizing that political figures often owe their positions to the support of others. Epelle referenced Nyesom Wike, the former governor, illustrating his rise from a local government chairman to governor with the backing of various political figures along the way.

Epelle pointed out Wike’s trajectory, noting how he ascended from local government chairman to the position of governor with the support of different political influencers at various stages. He highlighted Wike’s roles as chief of staff and Minister of State for Education, attributing his appointments to the actions of figures like Amaechi and Jonathan.

He said, “who has ever assumed power that someone else did not put him there? Is it the former governor ( Nyesom Wike)? Let me remind you first, he (Wike) started as local government chairman, somebody put him there, then he metamorphose to becoming a chief of staff, Amaechi put him there, he went on to be coming the Minister of State for Education, Jonathan put him there. He went on to becoming the governor of Rivers State Jonathan put him there. Now the question is, did any of those people come to ask him what to do and what not to do?”. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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