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No crisis in Rivers APC – Pro- Amaechi group

pro-Rotimi Amaechi group, Inter-Ethnic Network for Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, has dismissed speculations that the All Progressives Congress in the state was in crisis.

The group, which insisted that the state APC was intact and ready to take over the seat of government in Rivers, said that party remained united and ready for the task in 2019.
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Speaking during the inauguration of the group on Saturday, the Chairman, Central Working Committee of INCRA, Mr. Achor Omodu, also dismissed the claim by the state Governor, Nyesom Wike, that the immediate past governor of the state, Mr. Rotimi Amaechi, had formed a cult group in the state.



Omodu argued that with Amaechi’s pedigree and legacy in the state, he would never contemplate having anything to do with cultism.

He said, “There is no division in the APC in Rivers State. The party in the state is united under the leadership of Rt. Honourable Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi.

Describing the APC as a democratic party, Omodu explained that candidates would be chosen according to democratic principles, adding that the APC would not impose candidates on the people.

Omodu said, i“This is 2017 and election is two years away. The APC is a very democratic party and when it is time for candidates to emerge, our party will produce them in the most democratic manner.

“We are mobilising now ahead of 2019. But those who believe in cutting corners are idle. This time, we are hopeful that INEC will do its work.”

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