VIDEO: "What is this struggle all about?" - Governor Siminalayi Fubara asked as Godswill Akpabio replied him by dragging him during Herbert Wigwe funeral service KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Sunday, March 10, 2024

VIDEO: "What is this struggle all about?" - Governor Siminalayi Fubara asked as Godswill Akpabio replied him by dragging him during Herbert Wigwe funeral service

 "What is this struggle all about?" - Governor Siminalayi Fubara asked as Godswill Akpabio replied him by dragging him during Herbert Wigwe funeral service. 


Fubara had said, “What is this struggle all about? …with all the power financially, (Wigwe) couldn’t control life.”

“So the woman who went with me, said ‘your excellency, then don’t wait for impeachment, just resign since there’s nothing in it’.

“And he stood up and started punching the woman, and I told him, your excellency, don’t punch her, she’s telling the truth. There’s nothing in the office that’s why I want it, because you’re too big for it.

“So your excellency Governor Fubara, if there’s nothing in the struggle, don’t struggle.”

Reacting to Akpabio’s comments, Ugochinyere, who represents Ideato North South Federal Constituency of Imo State, in a statement, described Akpabio’s utterance as childish and unnecessary.

He wondered why the Senate President would decide to turn a sad moment when family, friends are mourning such tragic losses to political jamboree.

He stated that Governor Fubara had never had issues with Akpabio, recalling that although a PDP governor, Fubara urged federal lawmakers-elect from the state to vote for Akpabio as Senate president in the 10th National Assembly.

Ugochinyere further recalled that Fubara supporting Akpabio is to advance “national interest.”

Nigeria’s Senate President, Godswill Akpabio, told the governor of Rivers State, Siminalayi Fubara, that if there is nothing in the struggle for politics, he (Fubara) should remove himself from the acclaimed struggle.

Akpabio stated this during his speech and tribute at the funeral of the former CEO of Access Bank and banking icon, Herbert Wigwe, in response to Fubara’s comment directed to the political class who attended Wigwe’s funeral.

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