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Rotimi Amaechi: APC Glorifying Corruption – PDP

by on October 17, 2015
 

The Rivers State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP has described the defense of former Governor Chibuike Rotimi Amaech’s ministerial nomination by the All Progressives Congress, APC as baseless.

The PDP State Chairman, Bro Felix Obuah said the APC in an attempt to protect the embattled former Governor amounts to glorifying corruption.

According to Bro Obuah, “with the historic woeful defeat of the APC in the State, which it ran to total bankruptcy and near collapse notwithstanding the huge internally generated revenue and allocations from the federal allocations, it is commonsense to fathom why they insist in remaining in office to cover up their loots”.

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“Failure to do so explains why the APC in the State and those strangers who assisted in the looting spree, are wrapped in total confusion that is ravaging the party, leaving their members disorientated as being expressed in hollow press statements and ranting”.

“Amaechi wouldn’t in anyway be an asset to President Muhammadu Buhari and lacks the integrity and morality to speak for Rivers people”, Obuah quipped.

According to the State Chairman of the PDP, Amaechi’s record of betrayal is evident and available and need not be repeated that he cannot in anyway be an asset to President Buhari.

 

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  • arik
    October 17, 2015 at 12:25 pm

    Pdp can’t never like “Ameachi” for the role he played during the last election, but he took the risk by supporting PMB. So Mr Obuh think of yourself than Ameachi in which u and ur governor are afraid of.

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