Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State, has stated that Rotimi Amaechi was trying to create problems between the Igbos and the people of the state.
According to a report by The Nation, Wike maintained that Amaechi has fake love for the Igbos because if he truly had loved them as he had claimed, he would have supported Peter Obi in the just concluded presidential election.
He alleged that after Amaechi lost in his attempt to become president, he started working for the North to retain over the hope that power would be given to him after the North ruled again.
He said: “Amaechi, you are half smart. You said you love the Igbos, but you supported Atiku for president. You refuse to support Obi. You didn’t know the Igbos then, that you were supposed to support them. When he (Amaechi) was running for president, he said power should come to the South. When he lost, he didn’t believe in that again. So, power should go to the North so that when the North finishes, he will beg them to give him power. No way.”
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