Press Release: We Thank Barr. Wike For Directing That We Vote Out PDP in 2015

APC-600By APC Rivers State

It is with heart full of joy that the All Progressives Congress [APC], Rivers State chapter, most unreservedly thank Barr. Ezebunwo Nyesom Wike, the junior Minister for Education for passionately, clearly, unequivocally and undeniably pleading that the people of Aluu and, by implication, all Rivers people should vote out the Peoples Democratic Party [PDP] in the 2015 general elections.

For us in APC, his call is not surprising following recent heightened determination by the Ijaws of Rivers State to deny him the gubernatorial ticket of the PDP in the 2015 elections. We only view the junior Minister’s present quandary, frustration and devastation with profound empathy. We are really worried that he could not see it coming given that a governor of Ikwerre extraction shall have ruled Rivers State for 8 years by May, 2015.

All the same, the two-term chairman of Obio/Akpor Local Government Council; former Chief of Staff to the Rivers State Government House and now Junior Minister for Education has spoken reason for once and Rivers people have no choice than to hearken to his plea.

For the avoidance of doubt, here-under is the transcription of the Minister’s homily while the voice recording/sound bite is attached herewith.

“I want to appeal to all of you from Aluu community [Rivers State] that the only way that you can show that you are angry; the only way that you can show that you are not happy is to do what Prof. Achinewhu said by making sure you get your voter’s card. Don’t insult anybody; don’t be like a mad man who would go from one radio to the other and abuse your mother and your father. The only thing you should do is to keep your voter’s card and come 2015, yo

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