Wike, Fubara Fighting Over How To Share Loot – Dele Farotimi Alleges (Video)

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Dele Farotimi, a political activist and spokesperson for the defunct 2023 Obi/Datti Presidential campaign in the South-West, remarked that the conflict between Rivers State Governor Siminalayi Fubara and his immediate predecessor Nyesom Wike revolves around “how to divide spoils.”

In a video clip that went viral on Friday, the activists declared that the two political warriors were only fighting for their selfish interests.

He urged Nigerians not to take sides with either Fubara or Wike, stating that when the duo “are done fighting, they are coming for you”.

He said, “My enemy’s enemy is my enemy, not my friend. That Sim is Wike’s enemy doesn’t make him my friend. Fubara is not different from Wike.

“When they are done fighting, they are coming for you. The fight was just to determine how to share the loot. They are not fighting over anything but rather than to control your commonwealth.

“The entirety of the fight is about how to mortgage your future and how to sell your children and children’s children into slavery. It is about the control of the common purse.

“They have the same people, they were doing it together. You can’t be picking sides with armed robbers who are quarrelling on how to divide the spoils of your home”.

Daily Post reports that the political space in Rivers State recently plunged into a seemingly unresolvable crisis following the battle of supremacy between Fubara and Wike, the current Ministry of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT.

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