Primate Elijah Ayodele, the Spiritual Leader of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, has cautioned Rivers State Governor Sim Fubara to be ready after his confrontation with Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Minister Nyesom Wike. He will receive the same treatment as former Lagos State Governor Akinwummi Ambode.
As he gave Fubara his assurance that he would not be removed from office, he also issued a warning.
Because only God is capable of winning his struggle, he implored the governor to seek God’s face.
In a statement released by Oluwatosin Osho, his media assistant, Ayodele clarified that Wike’s determination to see that Fubara is impeached can only be overturned by God.
“Only God can change Wike’s mind regarding Governor Sim Fubara,” asserts Ayodele. He should mentally prepare himself for the difficulty of his second-term goal. It would resemble the situation with Akinwummi Ambode, the former governor of Lagos.
“I see him surviving the impeachment process, but he will still confront it. There will be problems in the house forever. He will be uncomfortable and have a dreadful first term, but if he looks to God for support, he will get through it.
The minister warned the governor that there would be no respite and that he should be removed from office because of moles in his camp.
“No matter how much he accomplishes, only God has the power to defend him. His camp is going to be overrun with moles. The fact that Fubara is willing to labor at this period is regrettable.
“They’ll want to screw him up and they won’t respect his achievements. There will be more from those who oppose his governorship. The governor needs to exercise caution, organize his security, and pray a lot, he continued.
Less than half a year after the succession, Wike and Fubara split.
The governor pledged to oppose a move by Wike’s supporters in the Rivers House of Assembly to impeach Fubara.
Wike accused the governor of setting the state House of Assembly on fire last week while discussing their disagreement.
The governor was also called an ingrate by the minister.