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‘Dey Your Dey’ – Gov Fubara’s New Live Band Trigger Reactions Amid Fight With Wike




Governor Siminalayi Fubara of Rivers State on Friday launched his live band during the flag off of 20,000 housing units in the Ikwerre Local Government Area of the state.

The governor assured investors that there is no crisis in the state and that it is a very safe and secure place for their investments.

One of the major highlights from the flag-off exercise is the moment Fubara’s live band sang an ‘attention grasping’ song amid the political fight between him and FCT Minister, Nyesom Wike.

The lyrics read: “Dey your day make I Dey my Dey, nobody worry nobody.”

Watch The Moment Fubara’s Live Band Sang The Trending Song (Video)

Reactions have since trailed the song, with many Nigerians positing that it illustrates the degree of the political fight in Rivers State.

During the flag-off exercise, Fubara said: “Rivers State is a haven for investment. What we are doing today is to let the world know; not what you hear on the radio or what you see on the screen of television, ‘Rivers State is not safe, there is a crisis’.

“Rivers State is safe and secure for anybody anywhere to come and invest, your investment is safe in our hands.”

The governor also assured the people of the state that his government will take care of them and defend them, adding that his administration is not interested in fighting anybody.

“For our people, I want to assure you that our governance has nothing to do with fighting anybody. Our governance is to take care of and defend our people.

“I can assure you here that this is the beginning of our service to the people of Rivers State. It is not service to big men like me but like to the low-income people,” he said.

Meanwhile, the caretaker committee chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Rivers State chapter, Tony Okocha, on Thursday said efforts made by President Bola Tinubu to settle the rift between his Minister of Federal Capital Territory, Nyesom Wike, and his successor as Rivers State Governor, Simi Fubara, have failed.

There were media reports recently that the President met with Wike and Fubara with a view to settling the rift.

But the crisis continued recently with the defection of the 27 lawmakers loyal to Wike from the Peoples Democratic Party to the APC.

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