A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress in Rivers, Hon. Fubara Ohaka, has bemoaned comments credited to former Rivers South/East Senator, Magnus Ngei Abe in a media publication made available through his Spokesperson, Parry Saroh Benson, wherein he accused Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze of conniving with the Hon. Minister of Transportation and S’ South leader of the All Progressives Congress to incite the national leadership of the party and its members in Rivers State against resolving the protracted impasse rocking the party in the state.
Fubara Ohaka, a House of Assembly aspirant for Emohua State Constituency under the APC in the 2019 elections said it bothers men and women of goodwill to learn that Sen. Abe is yet to regain consciousness from the strange spirit that overwhelmed and lured him to deprive members of the All Progressives Congress and the good people of Rivers state the constitutionally enshrined right of exercising their franchise.
Chief Ohaka, in a media publication released to media houses stressed that members of the party had been quiet and patiently waiting for the ex-lawmaker to publicly appeal to Rivers people for denying them their chance of enthroning good governance, but wondered why the ogoni-born politician has remained adamant, confining himself in the realm of fanciful fantasy and resorting to serial campaigns of calumny to smear the image of the Transportation Minister, Rt. Hon. Chibuike Amaechi, Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze and other leaders of the party who are working hard to rebuild the party in the state.
Contrary to Sen. Abe’s position, Hon. Fubara Ohaka maintained that Chief Chukwuemeka Eze is a custodian and promoter of progressive ideals, a dedicated and patriotic party man who has risked everything to ensure that democratic dividends gets to Rivers people in line with the terms of the social contract theory, postulated by Oliver Wendel Holmes.
The party stalwart further opined that Chukwuemeka Eze, having shown much commitment to liberate Rivers from the shackles of the PDP maladministration in the state is more an indigene than Sen. Abe, who did the devil’s bidding through acts of treachery and sabotage.
He said Rivers people will continue to remain grateful to Chukwuemeka Eze for always speaking up against Sen. Abe’s scheming against Rt. Hon. Amaechi and the APC, a party he claims to be a member.
He tasked party faithful to remain focused and continue to pray for the APC and its leaders in the state, not leaving out the scheduled judgement on 18 December 2019 in the case brought against the previously scheduled Congresses of the party by Ibrahim Omar & Ors.