Fubara Vs. Wike: those who left did so on their own volition – Johnson

On Channels Television’s Sunday Politics, the Rivers State Assembly Commissioner for Information, Joe Johnson clarified that the Rivers State Governor, Governor Siminalayi Fubara, did not coerce anyone to resign, emphasizing that they did it of their own accord.

The commissioner disclosed that a structural firm confirmed that the Rivers State Assembly Complex was unhabitable, which prompted the governor’s decision to demolish it.

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Johnson said Wike also agreed that the complex was no longer unhabitable, emphasizing his efforts to quell the crisis.

Over the past three months, Rivers State has witnessed political upheaval, notably within the House of Assembly. Wike and Fubara conflict, led to a split among the law makers, with 27 defecting from PDP to APC, where Wike serves in the central government as Minister of the FCT.

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The rift also led to an impeachment plot against the governor, numerous resignations of pro-Wike commissioners from Fubara’s cabinet and the demolition of the Assembly Complex.

Despite inventions from President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and other statesmen, the political storm shows no signs of abating.

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