A journalist, Oseni Rufai, has blasted the Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, for saying that the government of his predecessor, Rotimi Amaechi, looted pillowcases, bedsheets, and kitchen utensils while he was the Governor of Rivers State.
According to Oseni Rufai, Nyesom Wike was the Chief of Staff of Rotimi Amaechi during his time as the governor of Rivers State. Oseni Rufai maintain that Nyesom Wike was also accusing himself when he accused Rotimi Amaechi of looting things from the government house.
Oseni Rufai maintained that since Nyesom Wike was Rotimi Amaechi's Chief of staff, then any accusation Wike throws on Rotimi Amaechi also backfires on Nyesom Wike as well.
Oseni Rufai stated that sometimes, while in a hurry to accuse others, some persons end up implicating themselves as well. Remember that on Thursday, Nyesom Wike accused Rotimi Amaechi's government of looting the Rivers State government to the extent of looting the kitchen, bedsheets, and pillowcases.
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