Nyesom Wike, Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, has vowed not to back down in the ongoing power tussle with Governor of Rivers state, Siminalayi Fubara.
CorrectNG recalls that Fubara and Wike settled their differences at the presidential villa in Abuja with the intervention of President Bola Tinubu on Tuesday after the state assembly tried to impeach him.
The embattled Governor and his estranged godfather attended the National Police Council meeting currently which was presided over by Tinubu.
It was gathered that the two personalities shook hands upon seeing each other at the villa and that was the first time Fubara and Wike met face to face since the beginning of the reported spat between them.
But the FCT minister insisted that the fight is not over when he was addressing the press after the governors elected on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP and the party’s National Working Committee, NWC, met over the crisis in Abuja.
Wike said, “You know I will not agree. If heaven will come down, let heaven come down so that everybody will be at rest.
“Anybody who knows me knows too well: what I’ll never take is threat. You know I will not agree. If heaven will come down, let heaven come down so that everybody will be at rest.
“Let’s do things right. He said they should bring N20 billion every month; that’s politics. But nobody said this when I was fighting. If you like, accuse me.”