He issued the warning while assuring Fubara that he will survive impeachment attempts against him.
The Spiritual Leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele has made a prediction.
He claimed that Governor Sim Fubara of Rivers State will be given the same treatment meted out to the former governor of Lagos State, Akinwummi Ambode.
According to Ayodele, Wike is bent on removing Fubara.
He however noted that Fubara will survive impeachment attempts against him.
He urged the governor to seek God’s face because only he can fight his battle.
In a statement by his media aide, Oluwatosin Osho, Ayodele explained that only God can change Wike’s decision to ensure Fubara is impeached.
According to Ayodele, “Only God can change Wike’s mind towards Governor Sim Fubara. He should get his mind prepared that his second-term ambition will be tough. It’s going to be like the issue of former governor Akinwummi Ambode in Lagos.
“He will still face impeachment, but I see him surviving it. The house will continue to be troubled. They will make him uncomfortable and make his first term miserable, but he will survive it if he turns to God for help.”
The clergyman cautioned the governor to be careful of moles in his camp as there wouldn’t be any rest to ensure he gets removed from office.
“There is no amount of what he does; it is only God that can fight for him. There will be so many moles in his camp. It’s unfortunate that this is happening at a time when Fubara is willing to work.
“They won’t appreciate his efforts and they will want to mess him up. Those who are against his governorship will also add to it. The governor must be careful, put his security together and be very prayerful,” he added.
Wike and Fubara fell apart less than six months after the succession.
Wike’s loyalists in the Rivers House of Assembly had moved to impeach Fubara, but the governor vowed to resist such a move.
Speaking about their rift last week, Wike accused the governor of burning down the state House of Assembly.
The minister also described the governor as an ingrate.