Fubara To Wike: “Whatever Happened Is In The Past, My Oga Remains My Oga

Governor Siminalayi Fubara of Rivers State has reaffirmed his loyalty to his predecessor and current Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Nyesom Wike. During the rededication service of the 2023/2024 Legal Year of the Rivers State Judiciary, Governor Fubara expressed his continued allegiance to Wike, referring to him as his principal.

Addressing the recent political crisis in the state, Governor Fubara emphasized the need for peace and unity. He acknowledged that the challenges faced by the state will pass, and he remains committed to delivering on the promises made by his administration.

Despite the political turbulence, Governor Fubara clarified that he has not authorized anyone to malign others, urging for a cessation of abusive language by his supporters towards perceived opponents. He recognized the inevitability of challenges in the pursuit of development and stressed the importance of identifying and overcoming such obstacles.

The public meeting between Governor Fubara and Minister Wike marked the first time the two prominent politicians, who were central figures in the recent political conflicts, came together in a public setting. The event concluded with a light-hearted appeal from Governor Fubara to suspend the recognition of guests to avoid any potential controversies.