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Wike Did Not Make Fubara Governor, God Used Him as Tool – APC Chieftain Eze

Posted by Thandiubani on Tue 14th May, 2024 - tori.ng

He also said that President Tinubu has done well in distancing himself from the face-off between Fubara and the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, minister.

 
A former National Publicity Secretary of the defunct new Peoples Democratic Party, nPDP has stated that FCT Minister Nyesom Wike didn't make Siminalayi Fubara the governor of Rivers State.
 
According to Chief Eze C. Eze who is a member of APC Legacy Projects Media Team, God used Wike as a tool.
 
He spoke as Wike and Fubara continue their faceoff.
 
He also said that President Tinubu has done well in distancing himself from the face-off between Fubara and the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, minister.
 
Eze postulated that Wike did not make Fubara the governor of Rivers State but was only used as a tool by God.
 
“Wike didn’t make Sir Sim Fubara the Governor of Rivers State but he was used as a tool by God Almighty to make Fubara the Governor in order for God to help to rescue the State from his evil enclave.

“Those calling Fubara an ingrate, mumu, a small boy and whatever that comes out of their mouth are totally ignorant of who Fubara is. The Fubara that is the Governor of Rivers State is not the same Fubara that you guys were eating with in the past as the present Fubara is on a divine mission and those fighting against him will have God to contend with.

“It is ridiculous for Wike to deceive his followers that he will correct the mistake he made in making Fubara the Governor and keep the former lawmakers in their seats contrary to both the constitution and the position of God but one can ask him from where will he derive such powers.

“It is sad and unfortunate that matured people like the former Lawmakers can’t claim to be ignorant of the consequences of their actions but God caused them to take such a step in order to put Wike in his present funny situation and remove from him his so called structures.

“Until we see the hand of God in the happenings in Rivers State we will continue to look for solutions at the wrong place,” Eze said.
 
DAILY POST reported that Wike had, during a reception in honour of Senator George Thompson Sekibo, who celebrated his 36 years in public service, begged God and his loyalists for forgiveness for making Fubara governor, describing Fubara as an error that must be corrected.
 
He further vowed to continue to make his detractors angry so they would continue to make mistakes
 
He went on to urge his supporters in the State Assembly not to succumb to intimidation, saying, “Don’t be afraid. Nobody will remove you as lawmakers.”
 
Eze reminded Wike that the 27 former lawmakers, having vacated their seats by way of unprovoked defection, lost their seats automatically and more so, every procedure necessary to declare their seats vacant was duly complied with by the then Speaker, Edison Ehie, who wrote to INEC, informing the Commission of the vacancies.
 
He noted that “weak institutions constitute a major setback for Nigerian nationhood, else, INEC, having been notified of vacancies at the state legislature, should have mobilized to the affected constituencies to conduct fresh elections to fill the gaps created by the exit of the 27 former lawmakers, and this would have settled the problem”.
 
“But the Commission couldn’t take action because of institutional weakness,” he observed.


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