APC Chairman Decamps To PDP In Rivers
The Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Etche local government area of Rivers State, Musa Elekwa has a joined a new team.
Elekwa, in a letter addressed to the Chairman of APC in the state, Davies Ibiamu Ikanya and dated January 3, 2017, said he is rejoining PDP because the party has kept faith with the people.
The letter reads in part: "I have decided willingly to renounce my membership of APC and relinquish my office as LGA party chairman and go back to my parent party, the PDP as a prodigal son.
"The PDP in Rivers State has kept faith with the people and kept its campaign promises.
"Considering the colossal failure of the APC to keep to its promises and persistent battle with conscience for betraying the people of Rivers State, I am compelled to make this decision and set my conscience free.
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"I cannot again mislead the people of Etche and indeed the people of Rivers State.”
He said after close to three years in power, the people of Etche have not seen any positive change as they have been neglected.
Elekwa said that all the promises made to the people of Etche by the Minister of Transportation, Chibuike Amaechi have not been fulfilled.
The former APC Chairman stated that instead, Governor Nyesom Wike has executed key projects in the area and empowered the people.
He prayed the APC to accept his resignation in good faith without any mudslinging.
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