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Friday, 22 September 2017

MUST READ:Lai Mohammed’s utterances are irresponsible-Gov Wike

Governor Nyesom Wike of River State.

Governor Wike also cautioned Mohammed against making wild allegations against members of the opposition.

Governor Nyesom Wike has called on the minister of information and culture, Lai Mohammed to stop making speeches that might disturb the peace of the country.
According to Daily Post, the Rivers state Governor also said that the minister’s utterances are irresponsible.
Wike also cautioned Mohammed against making wild allegations against members of the opposition.
The Governor also said that Nigeria is in turmoil because of the state sponsored suppression which has brought division.
He said “We are only pretending, we think that all is well with our country.
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“The country is in crisis as poor governance, nepotism, marginalization and state-sponsored repression continue to do violence to nation unity and cohesion.
“At times like this, the country needs forthright leadership and consensus building to steer the ship of state from the wrong direction it is headed to safer grounds.
“Nigerians of goodwill must therefore call the Minister of Information to stop stoking the ambers of disharmony and divisions in the polity with his irresponsible utterances and wild allegations against members of opposition political parties.
 “For some of us therefore, there is nothing nobler than being counted on this path and as long as God gives us breathe we shall remain in the trenches fighting for our democratic rights and freedoms until victory is ultimately achieved.
“But, we also believe that this is a fight that should and must be led by the media for full effect and agenda setting. This calls for greater vigilance and courage in giving effective voice to the contending issues and taking personal responsibility for factuality. Itcan’t be otherwise. ‎


“Therefore, when a supposed opposition goes beyond the bonds of decency in conjuring lies to rubbish and undermine every effortof ours to serve and advance the progress of the State, then the media owes society the duty to investigate and expose their mischievous intentions with the facts at their disposal.
“At any rate, those who live in glass houses, they say, should avoid throwing stones.”
Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti state recently described Lai Mohammed as the Liar-General of the Federation.

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