The Ex-Governor Rotimi Amaechi faction of the Rivers State chapter of the APC has in a press conference likened the exit of Senator Magnus Abe from the party to the successful excision of a debilitating cancer from the body.
“The so called Wàrd congress in Rivers state was a sham, the new delegate forms released by the National secretariat through the committee and the state structures of the party were not given to those perceived as not loyal to the minister, the so called stakeholders meeting of the APC did not include those perceived as not loyal to the minister,” Magnus Abe writes.
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In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Iheanyichukwu Zubi Dike writes: “The foregoing, no doubt, is another ploy to detract the Leadership of All Progressives Congress, Rivers State by some imposters and naysayers who are bent on fanning the embers of discord within our great party.”
Factional Chairman of Rivers APC, has warned that the time when individuals impersonated as the elected officers of the Party in the State was over.
The Rivers State Chief Judge has been accused again of corruption and conspiracy by the state chapter of the APC, without evidence.
Without any shred of evidence, the Rivers APC Publicity Secretary made the following unsubstantiated claim in furtherance of his party’s conspiracy theory.
“Politics like life is always in a state of constant evolution. The way that things were, back in 1999, changed in 2007. Governor Odili and Omehia found this out the hard way,” Tonye Princewill writes in Opinions.