Wike Calls Rivers State Elders ‘Political Vampires’

Julianah Ologunde
By Julianah Ologunde 1 Min Read

Wike Calls Rivers State Elders ‘Political Vampires”

FCT Minister Nyesom Wike didn’t hold back, unveiling rifts and shedding light on the intricacies of politics in Rivers State.

Wike Calls Rivers State Elders ‘Political Vampires"

Wike, the former Governor of Rivers State, openly criticized certain political figures, branding them “political vampires” and questioning their integrity and relevance. Among those singled out were Uche Secondus and other elders who had aligned themselves with President Bola Tinubu and Governor Siminalayi Fubara.

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He also discussed his strained relationship with former Governor Peter Odili, emphasizing their divergence in political paths despite past alliances. Wike didn’t shy away from personal reflections, candidly admitting his preparedness to flee the country had the 2023 presidential election outcome been different.

Wike Calls Rivers State Elders ‘Political Vampires’

Furthermore, Wike challenged Governor Fubara to disclose his administration’s debt profile and accused him of undue influence over the Rivers State House of Assembly.

In a bold and unfiltered manner, Wike’s revelations offer a unique insight into the complex web of politics in Rivers State, laying bare the power struggles, personal stakes, and shifting alliances that define the state’s political landscape.

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