“Calm down before you become a victim of your own insecurity”

Dr Peter George, a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain in Rivers, has penned an open letter to Nyesom Wike, the former governor of the state, urging him to refrain from political interference and focus on his new role.

Addressing the former governor, now the FCT minister, Dr George emphasized the importance of gracefully letting go of power and allowing progress to take its course.

He e reminded Wike that power is transient and ultimately belongs to God.

He urged him to recognize that his legacy, whether positive or negative, is intertwined with Rivers State’s fortunes. However, he cautioned that history is impartial and will judge the former governor’s actions accordingly.

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Part of the letter read: “Your successor, His Excellency, Siminalayi Fubara is not so much a drama king. A man of few words and a lover of peace. All he craved was an opportunity to serve and not a platform to fight.

“From a humble background, he knows God has done so much for him, and any further step up the ladder can only be of God’s benevolence.

“Though your tenure as governor has expired, you do not need the vote of anyone to be an indigene of the State, and whenever the governor publicly seeks the support of all to succeed, he’s making a direct appeal to you and others as no one is more indigent than others.

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“So concentrate on your new assignment and allow Governor Fubara to repair the damages you did to the psyche of our people continuously for eight years.

“No one is in a competition with you, not even Governor Fubara. Please calm down before you become a victim of your own insecurity.”

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