Eze Chukwuemeka Eze: Rivers State Political Crisis a Divine Intervention

Eze Chukwuemeka Eze: Rivers State Political Crisis a Divine Intervention

Divine Orchestration in Rivers State Political Crisis

Eze Chukwuemeka Eze, a former National Publicity Secretary of the defunct New Peoples Democratic Party (nPDP) and a prominent figure in the All Progressives Congress (APC), has asserted that the ongoing political turmoil in Rivers State, involving Governor Sim Fubara and his predecessor Nyesom Wike, is a result of divine intervention.

Wike’s Eight-Year Reign Critique

In a statement released to the press, Eze expressed strong criticism of Nyesom Wike’s eight-year tenure as the Governor of Rivers State.

He characterized this period as the darkest in the state’s history, highlighting alleged high-handedness and the appropriation of state resources for personal gain.

Lack of Fiscal Policy Framework

Eze further argued that during Wike’s time in office, the state lacked a clear fiscal policy framework and was instead governed at the discretion of what he described as an unsympathetic and ruthless leader.

Economic Impact of Wike’s Reign

The APC chieftain contended that Wike’s administration failed to attract any foreign investments during its tenure. He accused Wike of introducing a governance model that diverged from civilized norms, with a single individual controlling and determining the use of the state’s resources.

Fubara’s Move to Break Wike’s Dominance

Eze commended Sim Fubara for taking action to break away from Wike’s dominance, aligning himself with the counsel of responsible leaders and stakeholders in Rivers State.

He saw this as a positive step toward liberating the state from what he perceived as an oppressive regime.

A Warning to Wike’s Supporters

Eze issued a warning to those supporting Nyesom Wike against Sim Fubara. He suggested that by doing so, they are indirectly challenging divine intervention.

He cautioned that if they do not reconsider their actions, they may come to regret their choices.

Allegations of Electoral Manipulation

Eze also questioned Wike’s assertion that he personally bought all the forms for elected public officeholders in Rivers State to participate in the 2023 general elections.

He implied that such claims could only persist in a country where institutions like the EFCC do not function as expected.

Divine Intervention in Conflict

In conclusion, Eze maintained that the ongoing political conflict in Rivers State was seen and orchestrated by God to free the state from perceived oppressive rule.

He underlined the significance of supporting Sim Fubara in this context and warned against opposing what he considered divine intervention.

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