APC Should Be Held Responsible For Election Violence, Says Wike


Nyesom Wike, the Governor of Rivers State, has approached Nigerians and the worldwide network to hold Rotimi Amaechi, Minister of Transportation, and the All Progressives Congress (APC) in charge of any flare-up of viciousness amid the pending election

A press explanation by Emma Okah, Rivers State Commissioner for Information and Communications, was issued because of the remarks of Amaechi, who is likewise the Director General of the Muhammadu Buhari Campaign Organization.

The state government blamed the representative for making burning remarks fit for causing savagery amid the APC crusade rally in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital.

Okah stated: “This danger is profoundly terrifying and all benevolent Nigerians and for sure individuals from the universal network should observe this risk from high quarters which the world heard straightforwardly or live on Channels Television, directly before President Muhammadu Buhari but then no one impugned him

“It is, in fact, all the more startling that while the President has over and over guaranteed Nigerians and the worldwide network of free, reasonable and tranquil decisions in 2019, a nominee of the President would boldly undermine slaughter within the sight of the President and other APC chieftains but then no one forewarned him.”

Amaechi had blamed Wike for campaigning to return as a senator.

He stated: “Anything PDP desires in Rivers State, we are equivalent to the errand. In 2015, the military attempted to capture me as a sitting representative. Presently, we have a representative who is attempting to consult with us, requesting that we give him a senator and consequently, he will bolster us for President. He is apprehensive, would it say it isn’t? We will fight him to the last.

“On Saturday, we are prepared for them. They utilized government and state foundations against us. They used to kill our kin consistently. Since they need to deny us the direction to pick our pioneers, they hurried to a state High Court judge to give them justice. Saturday is our day


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