Rivers APC Chieftain Warns Governor Fubara Against Collaborating with Okocha

Governor Sim Fubara, Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze and Tony Okocha

Former nPDP Spokesman, Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze, has cautioned Rivers State Governor Siminalayi Fubara against collaborating with the state’s APC chairman, Tony Okocha.

Eze, also an APC chieftain, alleges Okocha’s loyalty lies with Fubara’s political rival, former Governor Nyesom Wike, and warns he could seek to “contaminate and sabotage” the administration.

This follows tensions between Fubara and Wike, with the former accusing the latter of attempting to destabilize his government.

Eze urges the governor to be wary of Okocha, calling him a “political jobber” and “Wike’s hireling.”

He references Okocha’s request for Fubara to re-present the budget to recently-switched APC lawmakers, despite it already being passed.

Eze dismisses Okocha’s authority to speak for the APC and accuses him of furthering Wike’s “selfish political misadventure.”

He criticizes Wike’s alleged involvement, claiming he’s using ex-lawmakers to “foment trouble” and incite the public against Fubara.

In contrast, Eze praises Fubara for addressing pension arrears neglected under Wike’s administration.

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