Your Resignation’ll Cause Chaos in Rivers, Eze Tells Fubara

Urges him to bury the thought of resignation.
Governor Siminalayi Fubara of Rivers State
Governor Siminalayi Fubara of Rivers State Facebook

Eze Chukwuemeka Eze, chieftain of All Progressives Congress, APC, in Rivers State, has informed Governor Siminalayi Fubara that resigning or striving to resign from office would be annoying and disorderly to the state.

Eze was responding to a statement assigned to Governor Fubara during a television interview, yesterday, March 7 where Fubara allegedly revealed that he was ready to sacrifice his position as governor, for peace to reign in Rivers State.

While interacting with journalists during the interview, Governor Fubara said: “No sacrifice will be too great for me to pay for the success of this government. The reason is very straightforward. It is not political love. It is not because I want to gain favour from people.  My interest and love for our dear state is genuine.

“I am not stating that I wish to be one man that will be there to decide the fate of all, no. But, let Rivers State continue to exist.

“My pain was not the problem of all the natiion, it is the millions of Rivers indigenes who have made sacrifices, who are seeing opportunity, and it seems as if their hopes are being dashed.

“They were the ones I was worried about. What would be their fate? That was my problem. It is not about me.

“If retiring from this position is what I need or what is needed to bring more peace in Rivers State, I can inform the good people of the state to come and take it. It is not about me. People should understand that definitely I am here, I will go, but Rivers State will still remain the same.

I am the governor so no matter what it is, there are things I could have done and there would have been a total embarrassment. But, the potentiality to stop a crisis when you have the strength to do things is maturity.

Shortly after Fubara’s statement, the APC stalwart counseled the governor that attempting to resign would mean that he had “succumbed to agents of darkness.”

He urged Governor Fubara to bury the thought of resignation, noting that it would be a regret not only to Rivers indigenes, but God

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