Chukwuemeka Speaks On Wike Working With Amaechi In Rivers State

Chukwuemeka Speaks On Wike Working With Amaechi In Rivers State

Chukwuemeka Ewe, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, has accused the Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike of trying to make up with the former Governor of the state,  Rotimi Amaechi because of the case against him in the court.

The APC chieftain stated this in reaction to the statement by Wike calling for Amaechi to work with him to move the state forward.

He, however, stated that the Rivers State Governor should be preparing for his defence at the election petitions tribunal, he further claimed that the rigged election will not stand.

Eze said: “Wike’s state broadcast, among other deficiencies, failed to address the critical issues bedeviling the State, especially insecurity and loss of value for human lives.”

“The starting point for Rivers governor ought to have been an unreserved apology to Rivers people, because he (Wike) engineered the insecurity, which has destroyed many communities in Rivers State.”

“Contrary to the erroneous impression contained in Wike’s state broadcast, Amaechi has no case that Wike’s Attorney-General has to withdraw or recommend to be discontinued, as it is hypocritical to sit on a seat of the governor unjustly and look for who to hold peace parley with”

“Neither the Transportation Minister nor the APC is the cause of the current bad governance in Rivers State. Wike, through his lack of vision and ineptitude, has turned the once economically bubbling, secure and peaceful state into a hotbed of cultism, killings, kidnapping and an unsafe haven.”

“It is sad that instead of Wike to address challenging issues confronting the people of Rivers State, he is dwelling so much on the crisis he ignited in Rivers APC, to his benefit”

“While Wike was reading his state broadcast, medical doctors were protesting non-payment of their seven-month salaries. Pensioners and civil servants are at a loss on who to present their plight of non-payment of their pensions and salaries for many months to.”