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Supreme Court Judgment Ends Magnus Abe’s Governorship Dream
Rev Sam.|April. 15, 2019
The senator representing Rivers South East and the factional governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Rivers State chapter, Magnus Abe, has declared that he has ended his 2019 ambition to govern the state.
Abe has also said that his dream to occupy Rivers Brick (Government) House had ended following the recent judgement of the Supreme Court that ruled against his party
The senator said this on Sunday when he addressed supporters and stakeholders of the APC in the state, at APC factional secretariat, in Port Harcourt.
“I have ended my ambition for 2019 here, and ready to work for the progress of the party. We need to put the baton together again. It is our own determination that will make the APC work in Rivers State.
“I will not support any postmortem of what has happened. I feel pained for what has happened in APC in Rivers State”, Abe stated.
He recalled: “We have sacrificed so much; we may not be holding anything now. But, because of what we have done, politics will be better in our country.
“We had come to fight for representatives in government. Every human being, as members of APC, should be treated with respect. But, we cannot run away from the reality of the situation. We need to be realistic, so that we can move forward.
“The dream that we had in the state, that dream is laid to rest, because of the pronouncement of the Supreme Court of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on our suit before it.
“As a lawyer, we know that the Supreme Court is infallible. That pronouncement by the Supreme Court brought to an end our agitation. But, God knows the reason. He, who knows what we do not know, made His decision.
“When you hear APC, say change and not Magnus for governor. I don’t want to be the leader of APC in Rivers State, but one of the leaders, who will sacrifice for the growth of the party in the state”, he stressed.
Speaking further, Abe called on the national leadership of APC to stop taking steps that would ruin the party in state.
“The national leadership of APC should stop doing things that will put the party and state in chaos and recognise the Chief Peter Odike-led APC in Rivers State”, he urged.
Earlier, the state party chairman, Odike, said the negative development in the party in Rivers affected the country.
He expressed optimism the development would strengthen the party in future.
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