“Amaechi and all the Lawmakers in Rivers State have indeed come
a long way! These Lawmakers and Amaechi share the same political
fate. They were all members of PDP and were all suspended from
the party and forced to join APC. The Lawmakers are all victims
of PDP’s brutality and high-handedness. Amaechi and the G25
Lawmakers detest evil, greed and politics without principle,
which are the hallmarks of Nyesome Wike’s G6 Lawmakers.
“Not to be overlooked is Amaechi’s feats in Education, Health,
Agriculture, provision quality roads and making Port Harcourt
the World Book Capital. All these have conferred on him an
international stature and any mad step to impeach him for any
unholy reason will attract the ire of the international
“We make bold to say that Rivers APC Lawmakers are not only
progressives and God-fearing democrats but, most importantly,
true sons of Rivers State who will not join enemies of Rivers
State who have ceded our oil wells to Bayelsa, Abia and Akwa
Ibom states to cause any confusion in the State. These enemies
of democracy have demonstrated their hatred for our Governor and
the State and it is our duty to ensure that they don’t come in
here to scuttle all that Governor Amaechi has achieved for
Rivers State and her people.
“In conclusion, we are pleased to congratulate the PDP 25
Lawmakers of the Rivers State House of Assembly who recently
declared for APC. By so doing, they have proved and demonstrated
that they are true progressives who are resolutely committed
towards an egalitarian, virile and vibrant Rivers State. In view
of this development, the Speaker, Rt. Hon. Otelemaba Amachree,
Deputy Speaker, Hon Barr. Leyii Kwanee, Majority Leader, Hon
Barr Chidi Llyod, Deputy Leader, Hon Ewor Nname Robinson, Acting
Chief Whip, Hon. Irene M. Inimgba and others, APC now enjoys an
overwhelming majority in the Rivers State House of Assembly.
With the rejection of PDP by the Rivers State people, the Hon.
Evans Bipi-led G6 renegade lawmakers should read the handwriting
on the wall and follow the good example of the majority before
it is too late”.