I’m Ready For Peace, Won’t Accept To Be Dragged Down – Wike to Fubara

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Governor Simi Fubara and FCT Minister Wike
FCT Minister Nyesom Wike and Governor Simi Fubara
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Minister Nyesom Expresses Willingness for Peace Amidst Ongoing State Crisis

Amidst the escalating faceoff with in , the Federal Capital Territory Minister, , has declared his readiness for peace, emphasizing his determination to avoid being pulled down amid the discord.

In a recent statement made during an interaction with traditional rulers of Ogbaland on the occasion of his 56th birthday at his Port Harcourt residence, Wike asserted his willingness to embrace peace but made it clear that he wouldn’t permit any force to undermine him or his team.

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“No politician will sit idly and let themselves be dragged down. My team and I are open to peace, but we refuse to be undermined. If we go down, who will safeguard our people? Who will advocate for our interests?” Wike articulated.

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The ongoing discord between Wike and has not only sparked disharmony within the state legislature but has also resulted in dramatic events, including the defection of 27 lawmakers to the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the subsequent razing down and demolition of the state House of Assembly.

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The intensifying crisis has led to heightened tensions and unrest in Rivers State, marking a significant period of political turbulence within the region.

Wike’s insistence on maintaining a stance that ensures the protection of the interests of his people amid the unfolding situation underscores the gravity of the prevailing discord between key political figures in the state.

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