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Fear of APC in Rivers State, Reason for Executive Order 21 – Spokesperson

APC Spokesperson Darlington Nwauju

Following the High Court ruling that nullified the congresses that produced the gubernatorial, other Candidates of the All Progressives Congress (APC), in Rivers State the Spokesperson of the party in the State had stated that the fear of the party was the reason for the Executive Order 21 recently signed by Governor of Nyesom Ezewon Wike.

The acting Spokesperson of the APC, Darlington Nwauju stated this when he appeared as a guest on Blank Point, a Radio and Current Affairs program anchored by Seun Olaobi and monitored by our correspondent.

He said the APC is not an ill-prepared political party, it is fear of the popularity of the Party that led to the concoction of the plethora of court cases that we have today.

He said the members of the APC in Rivers State are the most resilient and faithful party men and women because they believed in the Political ideology of the party.

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Darlington Nwauju also debunked rumors that the party in the state has suspended its campaign following the court judgment that nullified the candidacy of Patrick Tonye Cole, the Gubernatorial Candidate of the party in Rivers State.

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