APC Set To Sack PDP In Rivers – Caretaker Chairman
The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Rivers State said it is now set to sack the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) at the forthcoming 2023 general elections.
The Caretaker Committee Chairman of the party in Rivers State, Isaac Abbot-Ogbobula, spoke at the weekend in Port Harcourt while inaugurating the APC caretaker committees in the 23 Local Government Areas of the state.
Abbot-Ogbobula said he was inaugurated as the state’s caretaker committee chairman by the National Caretaker Committee following the dissolution of all the structures of APC by the party’s National Executive Council.
Describing the development in APC as a new foundation to relaunch the party in Rivers, Abbot-Ogbobula asked the local government caretaker chairmen to inaugurate a similar structure at the ward levels.
He said that the decision of the party had brought to an end all legal issues against the leadership of the party in the state, stating that the likes of Igo Aguma were inconsequential to the party in the state.
He tasked all interim leaders to lay a good foundation for the APC to beat the PDP in all the forthcoming elections in the state.
Addressing them he said: “there is no crisis in APC Rivers State. We are together under the leadership of Chibuike Amaechi. We have disagreements here and there but we don’t have crisis. We have just one APC in Rivers State and one APC in Nigeria. The party will take over the Rivers State Government House, the Brick House in 2023. The APC will produce the next president of the country come 2023. Igo Aguma is inconsequential. There is no faction in APC”.