With All Due Respect, What You Don’t Know, You Don’t Know, Tell The People That You Don’t Know—Wike

The FCT Minister Nyesom Wike, has slammed the Senator representing FCT for criticising his administration for being commended by the president.

In a video posted on YouTube by TVC, the FCT minister who spoke on the flag off ceremony of Mbushi Terminal, advised the Senator to admit her fault and stop criticism his administration in the public. This emphasized that FCT minister commitment of providing infrastructures.

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In his statement, “With all due respect, what you don’t, you don’t know, what you know; you know. And the good thing to tell the people that look, I don’t know this… The honorable minister of defence and my self has not been in the office to 10 to 11 months, and to the glory of God the person is angry that they are praising us. If you angry, go and hang yourself and if we have done well, we have done well. And I am proud to say that in this Mr President administration, we have done well…..Seē Morē

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