River Crisis: Abe Reveals Why Fubara Can’t Be Called Political Leader

River Crisis: Abe Reveals Why Fubara Can’t Be Called Political Leader

by Ololade Adebeshin
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River Crisis: Abe Reveals Why Fubara Can’t Be Called Political Leader

 

The governorship candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) in the 2023 election in Rivers State, Magnus Abe on Friday posited that Governor Siminalayi Fubara is not deserving of the title of head of state.

 

Abe, a two-term Senator made this remark while speaking on the cold war that ensued between Governor Fubara and the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Nyesom Wike on TVC’s Politics Today programme.

 

Speaking on their feud, Abe noted that being the state leader meant much more than just running the government.

 

He said, “Being a governor has made him the leader of the government of Rivers State. But when you say political leader, that is something that you have to work to earn.

 

“To say Fubara is the political leader of Rivers State is a much broader context of leadership, and it takes time to build that kind of confidence, followership, support, and trust.

 

“Leadership is all about trust, and sometimes, navigating this difficult water helps bring you out as a leader when you begin to trust yourself and can rely on the direction you provide.”

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