Friday, July 19, 2013

PDP says it is vindicated by APC governors' visit to Amaechi

An the drama continues...

APC Governors
Source; News Expresss

APC Governors’ visit to Rivers: We have been vindicated – PDP

The party maintained that in view of the unfolding political events in the state and the current influx of opposition members, Amaechi was only waiting for the right time to dump the PDP.

In a statement signed by Jerry Needam, Special Adviser on Media to the State PDP Chairman, Hon Felix Obuah, the party said it’s no longer hidden that Amaechi has pitched his tent with the opposition.

He alleged that the Governor plans to destroy the PDP in Rivers State before leaving finally.

According to him, “Governor Amaechi does not leave anybody in the dark as to his moves and plots as proved by the solidarity visits of four Northern Governors on Tuesday, July 16, 2013 and that of the Action Congress of Nigeria, ACN, Governors, the Congress for Progressives Change, CPC, Governors and All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, Governor, under the umbrella of All Progressives Congress, APC, Governors today Thursday, July 18, 2013 in Port Harcourt.

“While Governor Amaechi thinks he can deceive the people over his suspension by the PDP, he is very busy proving that he no longer belongs to the party.

The spokesman lamented that such comment is contradictory and equally a lie.

The party however regrets that Rivers State is the loser, as Amaechi is no longer attending to state issues and may have decided to waste tax payers’ money in hosting his political fans within and outside the state.

“This is a development unheard of in the political history of any nation where a sitting governor prefers to deny the people their rights for cautioning him. How can we describe this but unfortunate.

“We will continue to call on Governor Amaechi to please stop wasting the hard earned resources of the innocent Rivers people to enrich his friends and fellow conspirators against the state,” the statement concluded.

Source: Daily Post

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