NADECO advises Fubara to proceed cautiously when putting the agreement with Wike into action.

NADECO advises Fubara to proceed cautiously when putting the agreement with Wike into action.
Nyesom Wike, Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), and Siminalayi Fubara, Governor of Rivers State, at Port Harcourt.

The National Democratic Coalition (NADECO) USA, a pro-democracy organization, has advised Rivers State Governor Siminalayi Fubara to proceed cautiously when enforcing the peace agreement reached with his predecessor and Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Minister Nyesom Wike.

It argued that the recent agreement between the governor and Wike to settle their political spat heralds dire political and economic times for the state.

In a statement, the group's publicity secretary, Comrade David Adenakan, expressed sadness that some political figures were unintentionally creating a crisis that could bring Rivers and Nigeria to a standstill.

In response to the development, NADECO asserted that the crisis in Rivers State is not limited by tribal or ethnic boundaries.

The central theme of the struggle is the unity of the people of Rivers State against the alleged despotism of a single person who considers himself to be an emperor. The group stated, "This is a fight between good and evil, democracy against anti-democratic ideals, and the pursuit of good governance against political maneuvering."

The group went on to say: "There are questions regarding Governor Fubara's independence and the sincerity of the PDP's internal dispute resolution attempts given his willingness to interact with the President and the APC.

It literally seems as though Governor Fubara put his neck on the cutting board so that Wike, Tinubu, and the APC may chop it off.

"For the advantage of the APC and the President, the former governor's activities are destroying the PDP in Rivers State. Fubara approaching Tinubu and the APC to settle a PDP issue is thus ironic.

"Rivers State residents need to unify. Since Governor Fubara represents the interests of Rivers State, not those of Wike or Tinubu, the proposed arrangement ought to be rejected. Maintaining the sovereignty of the state and standing up to outside influence are crucial.

NADECO asked all parties involved in the issue to put the security of the people and the region's stability first.

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