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Bayelsa guber: Jonathan commended for shunning PDP candidate

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A former spokesman for the late New Peoples Democratic Party, nPDP, Eze Chukwuemeka Eze, praised former president Dr. Goodluck Jonathan for avoiding the grand finale of the Democratic People’s Party (PDP) government campaign and activities later of the party in the state.

Latest Nigeria newspaper report that Eze, who praised a statement made available to DAILY POST on Wednesday, said the former president’s action was a statement that means the sentiment of the people of Bayelsa state.

He said that Jonathan’s absence at the close of the party campaign was the necessary message to tell the world that the 20-year rule of the PDP in Bayelsa is coming to an end.

Eze, a chief of the All Progressive Congress, APC, said: “We gathered that the candidate for the governorship of the Popular Democratic Party, senator. Douye Diri, who was to be presented to the former president for approval and official presentation of the flag of the party, he was physically enraged with fury, showing some signs of discomfort and disappointment at the absence of Dr. Jonathan, who has been his pillar and source of hope. Over the years. ”

Latest Nigeria newspaper report that He also said that the development had given a great blow to the PDP family, reducing their chances of projecting healthy competition with the APC and its candidate for governor, who reportedly enjoys general acceptance among the Bayelsa electorate.

He added: “The political environment in Bayelsa is tense and observers have described it as an omen of great danger to the PDP with the mass defection of members and great figures of the APC since the ban on political activities was lifted.”

“He recalled that former deputy governor and former president of the Chamber of the State Assembly of Bayelsa, Peremobowei Ebebi led thousands of PDP members and great party characters, including some appointed by the Bayelsa state government led by Seriake Dickson to assemble your store with the APC before the November elections.

“The former president of the Bayelsa Environmental Sanitation Agency, Chief Robert Enogha, recently left the Seriake Dickson government to join the APC.

“Director of Ethics and Compliance, Office of Due Process, Benjamin Ogbara; Dickson Special Culture Advisor, Chief Natus Zebakame; Special Adviser on Agriculture, Godspower Ake; serving Commissioner 1 on the Local Government Service Commission of the State of Bayelsa, Berry Negerese; The Special Assistant for Student Affairs, Iniruo Ipogi and the Special Advisor for ICT Development, Clever Ebede, among others, have renounced their appointments, forming a strong alliance with the APC to liberate the state. ”

Continuing, Eze said: “Mrs. Eunice Jonathan, mother of former President Jonathan, and her community had given their blessings to the APC governor candidate, Chief David Lyon. Market women, farmers and even former agitators have given his consent to the candidacy of Lyon. With this, Eze said no fortune teller is needed to predict an overwhelming victory for the Congress of All Progressives and Lyon.

“Chief David Lyon, the candidate for the governorship of the All Progressive Congress (APC) for the November 16 elections in the state of Bayelsa, has the mission of rescuing the declining economy, repairing damaged infrastructure, creating jobs and put food on the tables of the bayeloneses. ”

Eze praised the APC national president, comrade Adams Oshiomhole, even more for shaming a former senator representing Rivers South East, Magnus Abe during the mega demonstration of the party in Yenagoa, saying that “knowing the damage Abe did against the party in Rivers State, it is sad that what Abe did not want in the state of Rivers wants him in Bayelsa.

“While Abe participated in the demonstration in search of cheap publicity and recognition, Pastor Tonye Cole, who would have been the bearer of APC during the 2019 general elections, was fully recognized and recognized by the national president and the large crowd that attended the rally. ”

However, he advised Abe to stop getting cheaper by attending party activities until he does what is necessary.