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Tuesday, February 6, 2018

JUST IN: Outrage As Rotimi Amaechi’s N20 Million Bribery Offer Tears APC Apart Ahead Of 2019


JUST IN: Outrage As Rotimi Amaechi’s N20 Million Bribery Offer Tears APC Apart Ahead Of 2019

The All Progressives Congress, APC, in Rivers State has dismissed claims that, Rotimi Amaechi, Minister of Transportation was attempting to bribe some APC members who dumped the party with the sum of N20 million.

The Coordinator of APC’s non-indigenes in the State, Callistus Nwachukwu alleged that its former coordinator, Chief Uchenna Okokoba; the former Vice Chairman, Wole Agunbiade and former Secretary, Alhaji Yusuf Tanko who dumped the party were trying to blackmail the Minister with the alleged bribe story.

Nwachukwu insisted that the three former APC members resigned their membership of the party for selfish interest.

Speaking in Port Harcourt, the State Capital, Nwachukwu said the three former officers should not be taken seriously.

He said: “On Saturday, our former coordinator, Chief Uchenna Okokoba; the former vice chairman, Wole Agunbiade; and the former Secretary, Alhaji Yusuf Tanko, went on air to announce the resignation of their portfolios and their membership of our great party, the APC, in Rivers State.

“Their resignation was unilateral. They did not consult the executive members of non-indigenes APC in Rivers State, the stakeholders, unit leaders and the elders of the party. We believe that their decision was borne out of their personal interest or for a pecuniary reason.

“There is a rumour going around, which we deem necessary to debunk. The three former officers have been going around, claiming that our great leader, Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, the Transportation Minister, through somebody, has been making overtures of N20 million to them to rescind their decision and return to the APC. That is a lie from the pit of hell.

“They are using it (N20 million overture claim) as a game plan to shore up their market value and increase their bargaining power with PDP. They do not possess any value. They should be very careful. The three estranged officers are on their own.

“Hon. Emma Chindah is one of the leaders of APC. There was never a time that Hon. Emma Chindah met with the so-called Okokoba, much less of offering him money.”

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