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Nyesom Wike, the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), recently expressed regret for backing Governor Siminalayi Fubara as his successor in Rivers State.

Despite Wike’s support during the primaries, their relationship soured within months of Fubara’s assumption of office.

The rift escalated to a point where a Rivers High Court restrained lawmakers loyal to Wike from acting as members of the state assembly.

Addressing constituents in Ogu/Bolo Local Government Area, Wike assured the lawmakers that legal processes would prevail, urging them not to fear early morning injunctions.

He emphasized the importance of peace and adherence to due process, asserting his commitment to maintaining stability.


Acknowledging his mistake in supporting Fubara, Wike vowed to rectify it in due course.

He emphasized the inevitability of human error and sought forgiveness from the people.

Responding to Fubara’s remarks about not worshipping him, Wike clarified that “appreciation, not worship, is the appropriate response to assistance rendered by others.”

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