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I appreciate Wike but I won’t worship human being -Fubara

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I appreciate Wike but I won’t worship human being -Fubara

Rivers State Governor, Siminalayi Fubara, has said that while he appreciates the roles played by past leaders, including his predecessor Nyesom Wike, in his ascension of office, that was not enough for him to worship a human being

I appreciate Wike but I won’t worship human being -Fubara
I appreciate Wike but I won’t worship human being -Fubara

Fubara insisted that there was nothing wrong with one helping another person, but that does not mean the helper should take the place of God.

Fubara spoke when he received on courtesy visit from the Bayelsa State delegation of political and traditional leaders, led by former Governor of the State, Senator Seriake Dickson, at the Government House in Port Harcourt on Monday.

This was contained in a statement issued by his Chief Press Secretary, Nelson Chukwudi, and sent to newsmen.

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Fubara and Wike have been at loggerheads over the political crisis rocking the state.

Although President Bola Tinubu had, at some points, intervened, the disagreement continued.

The statement quoted the governor as saying that as long as he was concerned, God would remain God, who could sometimes cause one’s enemy to be a willing vessel to bring about one’s promotion in life.

He said, “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.

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“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.”

Fubara added that in seeking a peaceful resolution to the political crisis that erupted in the state last year, he had attended several reconciliation meetings, whose resolutions the other party had rebuffed.

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