Ugochinyere Condemns Gumi’s Hate-Filled Comments on Wike’s Removal

In response to controversial comments made by Islamic cleric Sheikh Ahmad Gumi regarding the removal of Governor Nyesom Wike, Chidi Cali Ugochinyere, a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has issued a statement denouncing the message of hate conveyed by Gumi. Ugochinyere asserts that Governor Wike’s actions do not justify such remarks.

Message of Hate and Baseless Call for Removal

Chidi Cali Ugochinyere expressed his strong disapproval of the call for the removal of Governor Nyesom Wike, deeming it baseless and rooted in hatred for individuals from Southern Nigeria and the Christian community.

He highlighted the potential consequences of such divisive rhetoric, warning that it could exacerbate ethnic and religious tensions in the country.

Subtle Threats and Security Concerns

Ugochinyere further emphasized the need for security agencies not to overlook the recent utterances and subtle threats made by Sheikh Ahmad Gumi.

The call for Governor Wike’s removal, according to Ugochinyere, constitutes an insult and should be treated with the seriousness it deserves.

Wike’s Commitment to FCT Reforms

Despite the unwarranted attack on Governor Wike, Ugochinyere underlined that the governor remains dedicated to the commendable reforms he has initiated in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

Ugochinyere’s response to Gumi’s comments aims to defend Wike’s record and reassure the public of his continued commitment to positive changes in the FCT.

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