– a place where no one is left behind because of his or her station and everyone who works hard can achieve his or her life’s dreams.

Gov.Ezenwo Nyesom Wike “Our goal is to make Rivers State a land of peace and prosperity with boundless opportunities and possibilities ”

Rivers APC Begins Registration Next Month

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Speaker, Rivers State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Otelemaba Dan Amachree (left), condoling Late Tonye Harry’s wife, Mrs. Sotonye Harry (right), during a condolence visit on her and the family by lawmakers in Port Harcourt recently.

Speaker, Rivers State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Otelemaba Dan Amachree (left), condoling Late Tonye Harry’s wife, Mrs. Sotonye Harry (right), during a condolence visit on her and the family by lawmakers in Port Harcourt recently.

The All Progressives
Congress (APC), Rivers State chapter, says its membership registration exercise would take-off in the state next month.
An APC stalwart, Hon. Esuku E. Esuku made this known during a telephone interview with The Tide yesterday in Port Harcourt.
“All logistic and necessary arrangements have been put in place for the exercise which takes off simultaneously in all state chapters of the party,”he said.
According to him, the nationwide membership registration exercise would strengthen the party and enable it to contest all subsequent elections in the country.
Esuku said the national leadership of the APC had fine-tuned the process and was almost done in formating its programmes of activities with a view to contesting future elections.
He called on Rivers people to identify with APC as an alternative party to replace the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the state.
The PDP, Esuku alleged had over the years failed the nation, particularly Rivers State in terms of infrastructure and programmes.
Esuku expressed optimism that APC would win at the national level and Rivers in particular.

 

Enoch Epelle

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