According to the party’s publicity secretary, Wike is unsuitable to be a member of the APC.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
The All Progressives Congress (APC) branch in Rivers State has made accusations against Nyesom Wike, the state’s most recent governor, alleging that he terrorized the party for eight years.
Wike won’t be allowed to join the APC because of his hostile acts against the party while serving as governor, according to a statement from the party’s publicity secretary, Darlington Nwauju.
Nwauju thinks that Wike is an undesirable candidate for the APC due to his confrontational demeanor with party members and his polarizing strategies.
The statement reads, “The terror unleashed on our party members during his eight years in power alone provides ample evidence that Wike has no place in the Rivers State APC. Inviting him to join would be akin to inviting an enemy to come and finish off his victims.”
The party’s worries go beyond Wike’s allegedly terroristic strategies. They believe that his attempt to become close to prominent APC figures is motivated by a desire to avoid being held accountable for his alleged role in stealing the wealth belonging to the whole population of Rivers State.
Nwauju adds, “We are aware of his schemes to evade justice regarding the misappropriation of the resources belonging to the people of Rivers. This is the primary motivation behind his attempts to forge alliances with prominent APC members.”
The Rivers State APC is unwavering in its position and makes it clear that supporters of Wike joining the party should not be non-APC members. This statement serves as a reminder that a non-APC member cannot advocate for Wike’s acceptance into the party.
In an unexpected turn of events during the most recent presidential election, Wike publicly supported President Bola Tinubu, an APC member. The former PDP member decided to endorse Tinubu and the APC rather than Atiku Abubakar, his party’s presidential candidate.
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