PDP and APC
Darlington Nwauju, APC chieftain in Rivers, says the party will take over from the ruling PDP in the state next year.
Mr Nwauju, also the acting APC publicity secretary in the state, said this in Port Harcourt.
“We believe that with our leader, we will be able to form the next government in the state because we have a world-class candidate as our flag bearer in the party in the state. Many people in the party have retained their membership because of the amiable leadership of Chief Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi,” he stated.
Mr Nwauju added, “APC is firmly rooted across the 319 wards of our state. Of course, there are rumours of people defecting, but if you investigate deeply, you will find out that the majority of those who left did not leave with our members; rather, they left alone.”
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