Video of FCT Minister Nyesom Wike cooking in a kitchen under the supervision of Gbajabiamila

Video of FCT Minister Gbajabiamila Nyemson Wike cooking in a kitchen

A video of Nigerian FCT Minister Nyemson Wike cooking in a kitchen under the supervision of the chief of staff to the Nigerian president, Honorable Femi Gbajabiamila has stirred up the Internet.

Ezenwo Nyesom Wike CON (born 13 December 1967) is a Nigerian politician and lawyer who has served as the Federal Capital Territory Minister since 2023. He previously served as Rivers State’s governor from 2015 until 2023. He is an Ikwerre from Rumuepirikom in Rivers State’s Obio-Akpor. He is a People’s Democratic Party member who attended Rivers State University of Science and Technology.

Wike served as the Executive Chairman of Obio Akpor Local Government Area for two terms, from 1999 to 2007. On July 14, 2011, he was named Minister of State for Education. After Ruqayyah Ahmed Rufa’i was removed, Wike was named Acting Minister of Education, but resigned before the end of his tenure to run for governor of Rivers State. Viola Onwuliri took his position. He won the Rivers State People’s Democratic Party primary in 2014 and nominated former State Secretary Ipalibo Banigo as his running mate for deputy governor.

Gbajabiamila was first elected to the House of Representatives in 2003, representing Lagos State’s Surulere I seat. He was re-elected and served for six (6) terms in a row.

Gbajabiamila chastised National Assembly members for switching parties. He said that because many voters lack access to the knowledge needed to make decisions based on each individual’s attitude, they occasionally vote for candidates based on their party affiliation. With this in mind, he chastised floppers, claiming that the consequence “cannot be anything but negative.”

In the 7th National Assembly, Gbajabiamila was the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives.

In the 7th National Assembly, Gbajabiamila was the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives.

Gbajabiamila was leader of the House of Representatives ad hoc committee examining claims by the Asset Management Company of Nigeria (AMCON) concerning the 140.9 billion naira (approximately $1 billion) debt owing by ‘Zenon Petroleum & Gas Limited’ and ‘Forte Oil Plc’.

Another lawmaker, Bimbo Daramola, called for an investigation into the reported payment, proposing that the House establish a panel to verify AMCON’s claims that the Femi Otedola-owned two companies had paid back the money that the government of Nigeria had paid for petroleum products that were allegedly not delivered as agreed upon by the dictates of the government’s fuel subsidy scheme. Bimbo Daramola had suspected that the payment, if truly made, was “shrouded in secrecy.

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