I Appreciate Wike But Can’t Worship Him – Fubara

Governor Siminalayi Fubara of River State has publicly stated that he will not overly revere his predecessor, Nyesom Wike, despite Wike’s significant role in his political ascendancy.

Fubara articulated his stance during a meeting at the Government House in Port Harcourt, which hosted a delegation from Bayelsa State led by former Governor Henry Seriake Dickson.

During this assembly, the governor emphasized the importance of recognizing assistance but clarified that such support does not confer a godlike status upon the benefactor.

“God can do anything He wants to do when He wants to do it. It is only for us to realise that. God will not come down from Heaven but will pass through one man or woman to achieve His purpose.

“So, for that reason, when we act, we act as humans; human vessels that God has used, and not seeing yourself as God.

“I want to say this clearly that we appreciate the role our leaders, most especially the immediate past governor, played. But that is not enough for me to worship a human being. I can’t do that,” he said.

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