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Rivers Crisis: Call Wike to Order Now – Clark Tells Ganduje, Damagum

Posted by Thandiubani on Tue 21st May, 2024 - tori.ng

Clark said the minister’s recent statement in Rivers State was capable of throwing the state into crisis.

 
Ijaw leader, Edwin Clark has sent a message to the national chairmen of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, Abdullahi Ganduje, and his Peoples Democratic Party counterpart, PDP, Umar Damagum.
 
He warned them to call the FCT Minister Nyesom Wike to order.
 
Clark said the minister’s recent statement in Rivers State was capable of throwing the state into crisis.
 
Wike had said he enjoyed getting them (obviously referring to Gov. Siminalayi Fubara) that they can make mistakes that will cause them problems.
 
The former national commissioner in the letter reminded the leaders of the two major political parties in the country of the consequences of allowing Rivers state to boil
 
He said both leaders cannot feign ignorance of the activities of the FCT minister in Rivers.
 
He warned that Ganduje and Damagum needed to curb the excesses of Wike “to avoid the dangerous crisis facing Rivers state, one of the most important states producing the resources used to sustain the economy of this country.

“I hope you do not forget that the International Oil Companies (IOCs) and the deep seaport of Onne are very well established in Rivers State.

“How can the federal government and the two main political parties allow an individual to disrupt and cause confusion, and harassment of the democratically elected governor, Siminalayi Fubara on the guise that he alone and not the people of Rivers State made Fubara Governor, in his provocative and inciting statement?
 
He added: “Nyesom Wike aggressively boasted that nobody can remove the member representing Ogu-Bolo Constituency.

“Therefore, one is tempted to guess what this dangerous, diabolical, and mischievous politician can do to breach the constitution and cause a breakdown in law and order in the country.


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