In response to Fubara, Nyesom Wike said, “We will let you run the state, but we will not let you make us cry

As Siminalayi Fubara assumed control of the state after the resignation of Nyesom Wike, the former governor of Rivers State, he gave him some advice.Continue Reading>>>

Wike expressed the hope that Fubara would surpass the accomplishments of his forebears. He highlighted that the new governor should seek advice from previous leaders and lead the state in the correct path.

Wike emphasized the need to treat the state carefully while recognizing its enormous potential for success. He exhorted Fubara to take advantage of this opportunity and outperform earlier administrations in terms of accomplishments.Continue Reading>>>

The current governor made a commitment to not obstruct Fubara’s rule over the state, but he also made it plain that they would not put up with any activities that would upset the populace.

Wike expressed his hope that Fubara would surpass the accomplishments of his forebears. He highlighted that the new governor should seek advice from previous leaders and lead the state in the correct path

Wike’s main points for the Governor-elect centred around the requirement for accountable and successful leadership. He told Fubara to take advantage of the chance since he knew Rivers State had the potential to prosper. Wike’s overarching goal was to advance the state under the new administration and make sure that its citizens could be proud of their joint achievements. Wike showed his dedication to improving Rivers State by cautioning Fubara and urging him to go beyond their own successes.

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