Rivers State citizens have been cautioned by Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Minister Nyesom Wike not to become embroiled in political disputes without first understanding the root of the disagreement.

At a thanksgiving service for George Kelly Alabo on Sunday at the Kings’ Assembly in Port Harcourt, the minister made the claim in front of the congregation.

Alabo served as the State’s Commissioner of Works before.

Recall that Governor Siminalayi Fubara, the State’s successor, and Governor Wike, the previous governor, are embroiled in a political dispute.

“Don’t get involved in any fight between two politicians without knowing the real cause of the quarrel,” Wike said.

“In any facet of life, there are rules and they must be obeyed. As a pastor, there are rules you must follow, so also as politicians, we must follow rules. While I was governor I followed those rules, and that’s why I was able to succeed.”

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