Nyesom Wike, legislative head of Rivers, says a portion of his partners are simply hurrying to Abuja to take photos with President Muhammadu Buhari, rather than handling the difficulties in their states.
Talking on Tuesday during an intuitive meeting for certain customary rulers, political pioneers, and different partners at the public authority house in Port Harcourt, the state capital, Wike said the confusing condition of uncertainty is a reasonable indication of terrible administration.
The lead representative said rather than certain pioneers to be strong in criticizing the ills in the country and earnestly seek after answers for them, they enjoy sycophancy.
“Nigeria has completely fallen. Take a gander at today — what occurred in Nasarawa and Benue states; how they butchered individuals out and about. See what’s going on in Niger state and the APC lead representative there is crying, saying he has been conversing with the central government yet no one has tuned in to him. What’s more, that Boko Haram has come to assume control over the state, which is nearest to Abuja,” Wike said.
“Take a gander at Kaduna and Imo states; there is instability all over. The solitary outrage I have with Imo state lead representative is this: I don’t have the foggiest idea how individuals politicize things.
“Nigeria has a great deal of issues and they hold hurrying to the manor ordinarily to upset Mr. President, for him to see their faces, model for photos and won’t permit him to work.
“You realize you have emergency at your place; you can’t remain to settle it. Be that as it may, each day, you go to see Mr. President so the world will realize that you’re near him.”
Wike additionally scrutinized lead representatives under the All Progressives Congress (APC) for being contemptible with their cases that their gathering has tackled the issues of yearning and joblessness.
As per him, lead representatives should zero in on discovering answers for the difficulties influencing their states, as opposed to leave on incessant excursions to Abuja.