Leaders of the All Progressives Congress, APC, within the South-South has tasked the Minister of Transportation, Chibuike Amaechi, to deflate the ego of Governor Nyesom Wike by making certain victory for the celebration in Rivers State come 2023.
The leaders additionally mentioned the Supreme Courtroom judgement that sacked Igo Aguma because the celebration’s Chairman in Rivers was so as.
They urged the genuine Caretaker Committee Chairman of the celebration, Isaac Ogbobula and the Transport Minister to start operation sweep Rivers 2023
Additionally they accused Igo Aguma and his sponsors of wanting to tug down the Minister of Transportation, Rt. Hon. Rotimi Amaechi in any respect price
At a gathering of APC South-South Stakeholders in Abuja, the leaders urged the Rivers State APC chapter to begin demonstrating its political muscular tissues and displaying its arsenals.
The leaders underscored the clandestine relations of sure people with the Folks’s Democratic Get together (PDP).
They reasoned that some politicians within the state had been over-ambitious.
In a communiqué learn by APC chieftain and Chairperson of Progressive Volunteers Group (PVG), Mrs. Ibifuro Tatua, the leaders suggested the chairman and different officers to interact celebration trustworthy in new and thrilling methods.
‘’The 2023 election in Rivers State is one other event to show to ourselves that we will do it. We have to begin planning for APC electoral success in 2023. We urge the management of the celebration in Rivers State to hitch others to take the South-South to a brand new top in 2023’’
The leaders urged the chairman to make sure that his phrases and actions promote peace and concord.
‘’We’ve an enormous job forward.’’
Particularly, the leaders urged Ogbobula and others to confront misrule, fraud and looting of Rivers State treasury by bogus and meaningless initiatives.
“The ego of Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, shall be deflated. The PDP management in Rivers State ought to await the individuals’s dirge in 2023’’ the leaders mentioned.