Governor Sim Fubara of Rivers State has described himself as the most abused person in the State but has remained calm in the face of serious provocations.

He, however, urged people of the state to remain calm and allow peace to reign because he is against trouble.

The governor’s remark came on the bedrock of his rift with his predecessor and Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Nyesom Wike.

Fubara and Wike have been at loggerheads over the political control and resources of the state.

Amid the cold war, despite President Bola Tinubu’s intervention, the governor declared that his enemies had been defeated.

He noted that his political rivals in the state now sleep with their eyes open and are restless.

However, speaking during the flag-off of the construction of Elele-Omoku Road on Thursday, Fubara said: “As a matter of fact, I am the most abused, ‘mumu governor wey no know wetin to do with power,’ Is it not?

“Have I said anything? So, please just endure until when you finish you go your way, I don’t want any trouble.”

The governor vowed never to allow his detractors to cause political tension in the state.

Fubara disclosed assuring Tinubu that he would take the path of peace and not renege on the promise.

Rivers crisis: I’m most abused gov, but I don’t want trouble’ – Fubara

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