2023: APC Will Win Rivers Governorship ~Amachree.

by Area Talk

…says ethnic persuasion will lead to waste of votes.

Former APC Governorship aspirant in Rivers State, Hon Ojukaye Flag Amachree has urged members of the APC not to worry about those resigning or leaving the APC to another political party, as according to him, those movements are normal in every political season.

Amachree Made this known when he was addressing members of the APC, yesterday in kaani community, Ward 6, khana LGA, who came to receive him on the sidelines of the burial of late uncle to an APC Chieftain in the community, Chief Ndogo Godsgift.

He said those movements are normal and they minor early political alignment that has no electoral consequences on the chances of the APC to win the governorship of the state.

The former Rivers APC Chairman assured APC members that as we move towards the election, there will be major political alignment from the PDP into APC that will shake the state.

He added that those still in the PDP are there merely because of the crumbs they are getting from the Governor, revealing that the recent cracks being noticed in the camp of the Governor are pointers to the crash of the PDP soon.

Hon Amachree admonished Ogonis not to cast their votes on ethnic considerations or for a political party that do not have the required electoral spread or capacity to win election, as doing so will lead to vote wastage.

He assured that APC will soon begin the harvesting of major actors into it’s fold, and will win the next election and provide good governance for Rivers people.

On his part, Hon Ndogo appreciated the former ASALGA council boss for his solidarity on the occasion of the burial of his late uncle, assuring that APC under his watch is grounded in kaani and united more than ever before.

Philanthropist Ngozi Lucky, Chief Ndookor, few LGA executives, ward executives, young female progressive led by mercy Nuka Mercy and other stakeholders of khana APC were on ground to accord Hon Amachree warm welcome, and to show solidarity with Godsgift Ndogo over the lost of his uncle.

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