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Amaechi Knelt To Beg For Wike

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Rivers State, Chief Andrew Uchendu, has narrated how the immediate former governor of River State and Minister of Transport, Rotimi Amaechi, knelt to beg Obio/Akpor people on behalf of Nyesom Wike, the current governor of Rivers State.



Mr. Uchendu made this known while addressing the ongoing face off or beef between the Minister of Transport, Rotimi Amaechi and his estranged successor, Nyesom Wike.



Uchendu, who was recently declared the winner of the Rivers East senatorial election by the state election tribunal, spoke during the unity rally/thanksgiving organised by the Obio/Akpor LGA caucus leader, Mr. Chikordi Dike.







He said: “There is no Rivers son that has made the kind of contribution Rotimi Amaechi has made in my life. Wike said Amaechi behaves like a God, but the Bible said man is God to man.


“If Amaechi has been the instrument of elevation and empowerment of many young people who were at the grassroots and now in the highest level of political career, is he not their God? And if he has helped people who testify as we are testifying today, for me, Amaechi is my God.



“I must congratulate the new leadership of Obio/Akpor caucus and other caucuses from different LGAs. Looking at the crowd here today, it shows that the house is settled for a serious business in 2019.



“By recovering my mandate, Rivers people now have an alternative voice. The truth is in the recorded memory in the political development of the Ikwerre ethnic nationality.



“Don’t forget when Obio/Akpor people said they were not going to accept Nyesom Wike for his second tenure as the chairman of the council, Amaechi went on his knees at the residence of the late Eric Asor at Elelewon and pleaded on behalf of Wike to be given a second chance.



“And finally the people accepted, from chairman to chief of staff and then governor; how else can a man be a god to man?” Punch quoted him as saying.


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