Fubara: ‘I Think Something Must Be Wrong With The Minister of FCT; He’s Very Arrogant’ —Edwin Clark

Sir Edwin Clark, an elder statesman, has accused Nyesom Wike, the minister of FCT, of instigating violence in Rivers State, particularly towards the present governor. Clark accused the Minister of the FCT of being arrogant and believing that everyone should listen to him.



In a video posted by AIT, Clark stated that Wike governed as a dictator during his eight years in office. He raised concerns about Wike’s political affiliations, stating that he is associated with the APC while claiming to remain in the PDP. Clark highlighted that Wike supported Gov. Siminalayi Fubara to become the governor of Rivers State and has withdrawn his support for him because he refused to listen to him.


According to him, “I think something must be wrong with the minister of FCT. He’s very arrogant, and he believes that everybody must listen to him. Who is he? When was he? When did he become what he is today? He governed Rivers State for eight solid years as a dictator; as an emperor, nobody talked to him. Nobody directed him; nobody interfered with his government. He treated the Rivers people as if they were just people who should listen to him and nothing more. The same Wike made himself an APC man, and he said he’s still in the PDP. What kind of person is he? We’re all watching to see what will be the end of this man’s political career. When he supported the present governor from the Riverine area, everybody thanked him because the mainland ruled the Rivers State for 24 years, starting with Dr. Peter Odili, then Rotimi Amaechi, and himself. In this case, he chose the man, the present governor, who worked with him as an accountant general.”

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