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When I Was A Govr I Took Imo State Tate To Supreme Court And Defeated Them-Wike

By admin Mar 26, 2024
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Nyesom Wike, the current FCT Minister and former Rivers State Governor, has acknowledged the presence of skilled individuals within Governor Siminalayi Fubara’s camp who are adept at crafting complaints to anti-corruption agencies. He pointed to past petitions against former Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, as an example. Wike challenged his critics to file complaints against him if they believe it’s warranted, stating that he is not shielded by immunity and can be subject to petitions.



While expressing dissatisfaction with the governance in Rivers State, Wike reflected on his tenure as governor and highlighted the successful legal battle he led to reclaim Imo State’s oil wells. Wike stated that he lacks immunity and can be petitioned. He pointed out that many within Governor Fubara’s camp are experts in drafting petitions to the EFCC, citing their involvement in the petition against Amaechi. Wike challenged Governor Fubara to engage in a media chat with the press, inviting him to face questions about the ongoing conflict.



Hear him: ”When I was governor, I took Imo state to Supreme Court for our Oil Wells that were taken and we defeated them at the Supreme Court. Today, Imo state is collecting the money because I’m not there. It’s not about Wike having this and that, you can also have your own. I don’t have immunity and you can petition me. After all, most of them are experts in writing petitions to EFCC. They were the ones who wrote petition against Amaechi to EFCC, let them write against me.┬áIf you know you have what it takes, appear before the press, have a life coverage into them. Let them ask you questions about this conflict. I talk with the press every day.”

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