Wike’s silent war

Wike’s silent war

What is going on in Rivers State and would probably go on until 2019 is a type of war waged against Rivers people and the Rivers shared sensibilities

On her 2015 support for Wike: An open letter to Dame Patience Jonathan
WIKE IS A BETTER LEADER THAN AMAECHI
I weep for Okrika


What is going on in Rivers State and would probably go on until 2019 is a type of war waged against Rivers people and the Rivers shared sensibilities, a war aimed at drastically rewriting the rules of engagement that bind together the various ethnic groups in the state. It is a silent and dangerous psycho-political war, a struggle in which only the keen, uncanny eyes, the ears of diligent observers and the deep introspection of genuine Rivers patriots can detect. It is the foisting of a political hegemony engendered by personal greed and ambition.
Gov. Wike

Apart from depriving Rivers people the sacred and inalienable right to decide who governs them, our people are confronted with different acts of impunity and outright spite. We have lost our pride of place in the comity of states in Nigeria.

But Rivers people shall win and win in the end. Although Wike has destroyed all known norms (including shared values) just to achieve his personal ambition, but in the end, the people who are the victims of these wicked machinations shall win.
Rivers people do not need to fight, all they need to do is to keep hope alive because in the natural course of events, evil shall fail in the end and the people shall always win. 
Rivers people shall emerge victorious in the end and return the state in the path of justice, reconciliation and greatness.
Sotonye Ijuye-Dagogo  

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