Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, has said that his administration’s achievements have silenced the All Progressives Congress and other political parties in the State.
The governor noted that ahead of the 2023 general election, the “APC has again started making false promises”, parts of which are to construct a University of Transport, develop a deep sea port and industrial park in the State.
Wike made this assertion during the reception organised by the Rivers State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party to welcome thousands of APC members back into PDP.
Leaders of the deflectors include former Director of Finance and Administration of the Niger Delta Development Commission, Henry Ogiri; APC South-South administrative officer, Gloria Boma; Mr. Lolo Ibieneye, and Alhaji Hassan Douglas.
The governor said before 2015, the APC had promised to transform the country, fix the East-West Road, and provide good governance to Nigerians, but that the party has continued to give excuses for its failure after it orchestrated the unfortunate conspiracy to remove President Goodluck Jonathan from office.
“Are things better today? So why do you allow people to tell you lies? How long can you continue to listen to the lies of the All Progressives Congress? They have nothing for Nigerians. It is unfortunate that there was a conspiracy to remove a Niger Delta person as President,” he stated.