Rivers Crisis: I won’t’ve gotten to level 14 without Eleme – Fubara mocks Wike’s loyalist

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Governor Sim Fubara of Rivers State, on Tuesday, said he would not have gotten to Level 14 without passing through Eleme.

Fubara disclosed this during the commissioning of the Aleto-Ogale-Ebubu-Eteo road, also known as Old Bori Road in Eleme Local Government Area of the state.

According to Fubara: “My story as a person will not be complete if Eleme is not mentioned, that is the truth. Maybe, if I have not started from Eleme, I will not get to Level 14.

“At least I started here before I got to Level 14.”

Recall that a former Commissioner of Works in the state, Alabo George-Kelly, had said Fubara would have been a level 14 civil servant in the Ministry of Finance if not for the help of the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Nyesom Wike.

The former Commissioner loyal to Wike said the minister elevated Fubara DFA to a Permanent Secretary, Accountant-General and Governor.

According to George-Kelly: “We must not forget about those who helped us climb.

“Fubara would have been a level 14 civil servant in the Ministry of Finance that made him a DFA, Permanent Secretary, Accountant-General, and then a governor today.

“Some of us should be bold enough to speak the truth to power.”

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