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POLITICS: Hon. Uchendu faults Wike’s comment to make Rivers State ungovernable for Amaechi

LEGISREPORTS NG – The member representing Ikwere Emuoha Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives Andrew Uchendu has faulted the statement credited to the Minister of State for Education Nyesom Wike that he would make the State uncomfortable for Governor Amaechi.

Andrew Uchendu who came up with this during the familiarization tour of the caretaker committee chairman of Obiolakpor at ward 16 said such statement will only be made by a psychologically derailed Ikwerre son after a long walk to insult an Ikwerre Governor.

“in 1999, when Governor Chibuike Amaechi was speaker, we have been making efforts to put us into the brick House, it took us 7 good years, we dragged it in 1999 and by 2007 we got it, and an Ikwerre son said that he will make Rivers State ungovernable for him, is his head correct” he said.

Meanwhile, the President General of the Grassroots Development Initiative GDM Bright Amaewhule has described the comment by Andrew Uchendu on the Nyesom Wike as “unfortunate”.Bright Amaewhule while accusing the lawmaker of being responsible for the political unrest in the State enjoined him to focus on delivering the dividends of democracy to his constituents “unknown to the people of Rivers State, Andrew Uchendu has been the architect of the problem that is existing between the Rivers State Governor and the Hon. Minister of State for Education.I

n the past 12 years that he has been representing the people, what has he been able to do for the people, nothing very tangible, now if Andrew Uchendu is actually representing the people why was it that it was during his tenor that Rison palm became a company that could not function any longer” he said.

This report was prepared by our reporter in Port Harcourt

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