APC is not in crisis -APC Rivers State

By Nwaorgu Faustinus

The All Progressives Congress, APC, Rivers State Chapter has reject the assertion made on a local radio programme in Port Harcourt today by the Governor of Rivers State, Chief Nyesom Wike that the APC is a party in crisis.

The party in a statement signed by its spokesman, Mr Chris Finebone said, rather than respond to the question asked about the accusation that his government was already showing strong signs of nepotism, Chief Wike deliberately deviated from the question and resorted to disparaging the APC, asking it to concentrate on handling the various crises bedeviling it.

The APC states unequivocally state that there is no truth in that assertion by the governor.

“The All Progressives Congress is not in any form of crisis at the local governments, states and federal levels”, the statement declared.

Continuing, the party said, “If the governor’s assertion is based on the recent happenings at the national assembly, we believe those were nothing unusual. For us, it was democracy in action. It is evident already that the process of settling feathers that may have been ruffled over the matter have already been put in motion and that is not strange to party politics all over the world”.

“The APC believes that the good people of Rivers State will get detailed response to the issues the Governor presented at the said radio programme especially where he misrepresented facts and figures for reasons known to him alone”.

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