Renowned political strategist and former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, has offered valuable advice to Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Minister Nyesom Wike, urging him to adopt a more measured approach and avoid unnecessary conflicts.

Omokri emphasized that engaging in too many battles could prove detrimental to future electoral victories in the FCT.

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In a statement released on Tuesday, Omokri highlighted the importance of strategic decision-making and selective engagement.

He cautioned Wike about the potential distractions that arise from unnecessary conflicts, which could divert attention from significant political battles.

Omokri’s advice comes amid a brewing feud between Wike and Senator Ireti Kingibe, the representative of the FCT in the National Assembly.

The exchange of words between the two on Monday has garnered attention and raised concerns about the focus on governance.

During an interview, Kingibe expressed her opinion on Wike’s performance as the FCT Minister, suggesting that his focus on infrastructural development has overshadowed the needs of the people.

She emphasized that beyond surface-level improvements, FCT residents are not entirely satisfied with Wike’s tenure.

Acknowledging the unique challenges faced by the FCT Minister, Kingibe pointed out the need to balance infrastructure development with addressing the concerns of the local community.

She alluded to the minister’s role being akin to that of a governor for the President, necessitating a comprehensive approach to governance.

It is within this context that Omokri’s advice gains significance. By urging Wike to strategically navigate conflicts and prioritize effective governance, Omokri emphasizes the importance of considering the needs and aspirations of FCT residents.

Balancing infrastructure development with community-focused initiatives will be crucial for Wike’s success as the FCT Minister.