Suspected loyalists of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), on Sunday, disrupted the National Mandate Group (NMG), a party supporting the presidential candidate of the party, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, in Rivers State.
LEADERSHIP gathered with the group led by Senator Lee Maeba in Bori, the headquarters of the Khana government in the state, in the office of the former senator before the meeting dispersed the protesters.
It was further stated that the group met to support the candidacy of Atiku, who is currently in conflict with the Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, for the election of the ruling Delta State, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa as PDP president. a runner.
Meanwhile, the Rivers state government has announced its decision to arrest and prosecute any house owner who sells fuel from refineries.
This is according to him that no slanderer will prevent him from impeaching the lawmaker representing Port Harcourt Federal constituency II in the House of Assembly Hon. Chinyere Igwe, who has closed the filling station due to allegations of illegal fueling.
The Governor of Port Harcourt, Chief Emeka Woke, said this on Monday at Mogho town in Gokana Local Government Area of the state during a vigil and protest organized by Grassroots Development on the Permanent Voters Card (PVC ). Initiative (GDI).
Woke stressed that the state government has a legal duty to deal with anyone who is harming the Nigerian economy.
He said: “Anyone who allows his company to sell oil illegally will be closed. Anyone who allows their hotel to be occupied by criminals determined to subvert the government, we will deal with you according to the law.”
The Chief of Staff, who played Hon. Igwe to hand himself over to security agencies for questioning, however, warned him to desist from indulging the unsuspecting public with claims of political persecution.
Woke up and took a swipe at Hon. The machine for making insulting comments about the ruling hand of the state is Nyesom Ezenwo Wike.
According to him, but for the good of the Governor, the federal lawmaker would have entered politics.
Woke added: “I heard Chinyere Igwe yesterday talking about ingratitude. A man retired from politics. This is the man who spent only one term in Parliament and then came home.
“The former governor of Rivers State, Rotimi Amaechi, was expelled from Port Harcourt and fled to Abuja. He even stepped on the platform of ACN then, losing the bug.
“When we consolidated the GDI and strengthened the party (People Democratic Party), we brought him back to the people he said he was talking about now. None of them were founding members of the GDI.
“The President, the governor gave him a platform, first as a Commissioner and then to the National Assembly, although he did not win. And today, he talks about ingratitude.