Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), in Rivers State, Felix Obuah,has allegedly accused the factional state Chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC) of planning to remove Governor Nyesome Wike on or before the 2019 elections at all cost.
Obuah, who made this known through a statement said he has noted with dismay the inciting and unguarded utterances of the factional state’s All Progressives Congress (APC), which constitute a threat to the 2019 elections in state.
He also expressed concerns about the utterances of the factional APC leader urging international community and security agencies to take note of the plot and prevent it from fruition to avert crisis in Rivers.
The state PDP chairman claimed that it was the violent activities of the factional APC, that led to the suspension of Saturday, August 18, Port Harcourt City Constituency 3 by-election, conducted by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), to fill a vacant seat at the Rivers State House of Assembly.
The State PDP boss also warned against regarding the factional APC’s threats as an empty talk, or “sweep it under the carpet as usual, so as to save the state from the imminent danger of the APC’s plot”.
However, the state factional Publicity Secretary of APC, Chris Finebone, has debunked the allegation credited to the PDP chairman.
Finebone, while responding to the claim through a text message, told Daily Sun that the purported allegation might have been seen in a trance.