APC Chieftain, Eze Uncovers Plot By Wike, Abe To Destroy APC, Ridicule Tonye Cole

*Reassures that Tonye Cole will be elected Rivers State Governor not minding the odds..

*Condemns the mindless vandalisation of PMB’s Campaign Billboards..

The recent judicial attempt aimed at denying the All Progressives Congress (APC) the opportunity of ripping Rivers state from the hold of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) coupled with ceaseless peddling of falsehoods immersed with propaganda mainly targeted to ridicule Pastor Tonye Cole the Flag-Bearer of APC in the 2019 general elections have been attributed to the alliance between the State Governor, Chief Nyesom Wike and the Senator representing Rivers South-East Senatorial District of the State, Senator Magnus Abe.

A chieftain of the APC in Rivers state, Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze, who drew the correlation in a statement issued in Port Harcourt on Tuesday affirmed that the plot was woven by the duo to weaken the APC in the state, ensure it has no candidate to fly its governorship flag next year and secure an effortless victory for Wike to continue as governor of the state.

“Sadly, Wike found solace in the political misfortune of Senator Magnus Abe whose political blunder have placed him in quagmire and awkward situation to be used as a destructive tool to achieve what is currently happening in Rivers State today”, he noted.

Chief Eze, who noted that the plot became more pronounced, important and a do-or-die project for the duo immediately Governor Wike’s scheme to become the vice presidential candidate of the PDP failed with the failure of the Sokoto’s state governor, Alhaji Aminu Tambuwal, to clinch the presidential ticket of the party then the plot for easy clinching of a second term for Wike and to pass the baton on to Magnus Abe in 2023 becomes deadly and imperative. This has resulted to the desperation by the duo and their misguided aides that cajoles up all sort of funny and falsehoods in order to ruin the person and personality of a world respected and renowned figure like Pastor Tonye Cole the divinely anointed next Governor of Rivers State come 2019.

However, Eze notes that the devious plot will surely run into the rocks as the coming of Tonye Cole wasn’t man made but divinely set up to rescue Rivers State from the hands of a confused elements whose major aim is to loot the common patrimony of Rivers State with impunity and ensure insecurity as a means of governance. This notwithstanding, the fact remains that if this plot is not arrested now and those involved in the devious moves punished accordingly, it might snowball into a political crisis, which may affect the 2019 elections in the State.

The party chieftain also condemned the alleged unruly protest by some persons identified as supporters of Senator Abe, on Friday, October 12, at the national secretariat of the party in Abuja, during which the campaign billboards of President Muhammadu Buhari and that of the party’s National Chairman, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, were mindlessly vandalised by the protesters.

Eze asks, “What is the essence of the protest after Senator Abe and his misguided group were celebrating the judgement that placed Rivers State as a laughing stock before the International community indicating that the so called judgement has no bearing or effect on with the State structure of the party or the election of Pastor Tonye Cole as the APC Flag-Bearer or any candidate of the party in the 2019 general elections

“I note with happiness that not minding all these unwarranted distractions by Abe, the APC Rivers state Chairman, Ojukaye Amachree has presented candidates of the party with their certificate of return and INEC form CF1 for the 2019 general elections”, he said.

Finally, Eze commended the National Working Committee (NWC) for appealing against Justice Chinwendu Nworgu unfortunate judgement to demonstrate that Wike and Abe evil partnership will not stand and encourage party faithful to keep faith with the party leadership as I am convinced that Wike will surely be dislodged accordingly come 2019.