Major Tension In Rivers State, As Transportation Minister, Rotimi Amaechi, Suffers Brutal Attack

By Post-Nigeria: September 17, 2018 07:04

Major Tension In Rivers State, As Transportation Minister, Rotimi Amaechi, Suffers Brutal Attack

The Rivers State Government, has blasted the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, daring him to be courageous enough to admit his penchant for dictatorship, and accept responsibility for the crisis that has engulfed the All Progressives Congress, APC, in the State.

It also appealed to Amaechi to leave Governor Nyesom Wike out of the crisis bedeviling the APC in the State.

The State Commissioner for Information and Communications, Emma Okah, made the appeal in reaction to some uncomplimentary remarks made by the Minister against Governor Wike.

While addressing his party supporters at Rumueme Civic Centre, in Obio/Akpor Local Government Area, Amaechi had said: “Wike is panicking, sponsoring APC members to cause confusion, he must go in 2019.”

However, Okah in a swift reaction, described Amaechi as a confused man, who is yet to learn that dictatorship has no place in a democracy.

“Amaechi is the problem of APC in Rivers State. He is the one who dictates when members can aspire to hold any office; He is the one who has treated party members like they are his slaves, and the consequence is that the party is factionalised into three camps”, Okah said, noting that, Wike has no hand in the split that has befallen the APC in Rivers State.

Continuing, the Commissioner added: “The present crisis rocking the APC originated from the Minister’s insistence that a serving Senator has no right to aspire to be Governor of Rivers State, and the unilatetal appointment of the Minister’s Lagos Business partner, as the preferred Governorship candidate, without regard to the right of other APC members to contest party primaries.”


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