Don’t pull the ladder that you used in climbing – Wike to Fubara

Wike addressed the traditional rulers who came to celebrate his birthday at his residence in Port Harcourt.

Recall, Wike and Siminalayi Fubara, the governor of Rivers State has been embroiled in a dispute, therefore the Chiefs and other members of the traditional institution ensued for peace.

Wike responded: “Don’t pull the ladder that you use in climbing. When you are coming down, the ladder may not be there,” Wike said on Sunday.

“And leave the ladder too so that other people can also climb the ladder.”

“We didn’t vote based on ethnicity…but for the unity of Rivers,” the minister said.

“We shall never be part of violence but will always support peace.”

“There are rules within the political group you emerge

“You cannot say that because an Oba has emerged and then an Oba will not follow the rules of the traditional institution. No; an Oba will always obey the rules. So also in politics, there are things you must not do and there are things you must do.”

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