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BREAKING: President Tinubu’s Intervention Brought Harmony to Rivers – Wike

The Federal Capital Territory Minister, Nyesom Wike, has praised President Bola Tinubu for fostering unity among the Executive, Legislature, and Judiciary in Rivers State.

Wike emphasized that this intervention has successfully restored peace in the state, allowing the three government branches to operate independently.

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Addressing reporters regarding his political disagreement with Fubara, Wike stated, “The Executive, Legislature and the Judiciary are all functioning independently. All thanks to the President”.

A political dispute had escalated between Wike and Fubara, leading to the unfortunate burning of the state legislative chambers three months ago by lawmakers believed to be Fubara’s supporters. This turmoil resulted in some commissioners and lawmakers loyal to Wike resigning and joining the All Progressives Congress (APC).

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However, President Tinubu stepped in and brokered a peace agreement, compelling both parties to sign. As part of this reconciliation, Fubara renominated and swore in the commissioners.

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