The Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma, has advised the Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, to be careful of his words that are capable of causing a crisis within the Peoples Democratic Party and Nigeria as a whole.
Governor Uzodinma stated this while reacting to the state of Governor Wike over the crisis rocking the All Progressives Congress.
The Governor in a statement released through his spokesperson accused the Rivers State Governor of arrogating power to himself.
He noted that he is not apologetic about his statement that PDP and people like Wike are instrumental to the attempted plot to remove the National Chairman of the APC, Adams Oshiomhole.
“It is unfortunate that Governor Wike pretends to have a court injunction on how to speak carelessly, the reason many erstwhile members of the PDP including founding members, had abandoned the party which is about to collapse on Wike’s head.”
“Rather than engage in introspection on what went wrong with his party, the Governor thinks that trivializing serious issues of national and international importance will bring accolades to his way.”
“If Governor Nyesom Wike did not have a hand in Oshiomhole’s attempted removal, why the insults on Senator Uzodinma whose only crime was that he brought Wike’s mischievous tendencies to the fore for everyone to see.”
He called on Wike to stay clear the affairs of Imo government which is occupied with issues of moving the state forward.
Governor Uzodinma called on Wike to have respect for the rule of law and stop denigrating the Supreme Court that adjudicated over Uzodinma’s case by carelessly describing it as synonymous with fraud.