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Amaechi, APC Dumped…Ex-LGA Chairmen Meet Obuah, Wike

Following the appointment and subsequent swearing in of chairmen and members of Caretaker Committees (CTCs) in the twenty-one (21) local government councils in the state some of the sacked LGA chairmen have vowed to return to their former political party (Peoples Democratic Party).

According to them they have being deceived by Governor Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi to take them out of the PDP in which platform they ascended to the chairmanship seat in their respective council areas to an opposition All Progressives Congress (APC), that has no future.

They described the action of the governor as “selfish and undemocratic”.

In an exclusive chat with our political correspondent, an immediate past council chairman in one of the Ikwerre speaking LGAs who pleaded anonymity said that some erstwhile council chairmen and ex-councilors have made up their minds to dump the governor and that of the APC.

“Why should we vote for APC? My brother it is not possible. APC cannot make any head way in Nigeria’s politics. We are all politicians and we know the party that can lead,” the ex-council chairman said.

He said now that they have left the council administration it is pertinent for them to go back and begin to identify with their political family, which is the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)”.

The ex-LGA chairman further hinted this weekly that, there are frantic moves made by the ex-chairmen to meet with the chairman of PDP in Rivers State, Chief Felix Obuah and the leader of the party, Chief Barr. Nyesom Wike to plead for forgiveness, “so that we can be accepted into the party unconditionally”.

According to him, they have come to realize that APC and their governors are the problems of Nigeria. “We need to flush them out in 2015, so that Nigeria will be at peace”, he concluded. ###

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