Nyesom Wike, the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, has spoken up on the rift between him and the Rivers State Governor, Sim Fubara.
Referring to the crisis in Rivers State, Wike hinted at Fubara being an ingrate.
Speaking at a media parley on Friday, the minister said money and power bring out the true identity of a person.
According to Wike, “Let me tell you, I don’t like ingrates; I can’t stand it. What is happening now is what Odili said in his book ‘give a man power and money, then you will know the person.’
“If you haven’t given a man power and money then you don’t know the person. However, I’m not worried because I’m a politician. I know what other states are suffering because of debt, but go and check if I had liabilities, the records are there.
“I left projects for him to commission so he would showcase during his hundred days, then politics came in. We are just starting; God gave you something; you are now importing crisis.
“God gave this in the platter of gold, the Federal Government is not fighting you, no crisis, but you are the one now trying to create a crisis for yourself; only those who are natural ingrates will support what is happening there. I use the instrumentality of law to fight not thugs, time will come.”