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Abuja is not Port Harcourt – Atiku’s aide, David Bwala writes after Nyesom Wike threatened to demolish buildings

Abuja is not Port Harcourt Atiku’s aide David Bwala writes after Nyesom Wike threatened to demolish buildings

Abuja is not Port Harcourt Atiku’s aide, David Bwala writes after Nyesom Wike threatened to demolish buildingsDavid Bwala who is one of the aides of PDP Presidential candidate in the 2023 general elections, Atiku Abubakar, has reminded the newly sworn-in Minister of the FCT, Nyesom Wike, that Abuja is not Port Harcourt where he held sway as the governor and had immunity to act and do as he pleased.

Shortly after his swearing in today, August 21, Wike threatened that his office will demolish every structure that distorts the Abuja master plan. Some Nigerians have interpreted his comment to mean he will be using his office to deal with his oppotents.

Reacting to Wike’s comment, Bwala listed
Wike’s functions as Minister of the FCT and added that he should be reminded that Abuja is not Port Harcourt.

He wrote;
‘’TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

Hello sir, in case you need refresher course; the basic needs of the residents of the FCT are; affordable healthcare facilities; access to good education facilities, clean sports and recreational centers, affordable transport services system, efficient and workable street light in the city Centre and the suburbs; and finally, security. You came with a bullish and vendetta spirit venting fire and brimstone about demolition and revocation of titles.

Abuja is not Port Harcourt. If you create chaos in the city, you will jeopardize your principal,s interests and he will be forced to sacrifice your job. You will learn humility on the job.”

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