Thursday, 31 December 2015

Tsunami To Visit Somewhere In Nigeria – Peterside, Guess Where?

Ahead of the Rivers state governorship rerun election in 2016, Dr. Dakuku Peterside, the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate in the state has shared a prophecy.

Speaking at a special thanksgiving service organized by the APC to mark his birthday and that of his running-mate, Hon. Honourable Asita, Peterside predicted that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) will disappear from the state in the next 31 days, Leadership reports.
Dakuku Peterside says Tsunami Will Visit Rivers State PDP next year
He said: “I am telling you today  that we will reclaim our stolen mandate, believe me, in the next 31 days tsunami will visit Rivers State PDP. We are not afraid if there is a re-run today Rivers state we
look out for the best, they will look out for change in infrastructure, development and change in empowerment.
“If you put the candidates of the major political parties and their manifestos side by side, definitely people will go with for a man of character, a reliable candidate that can realize the dream of our founding fathers.  
“People will also look out how our team is like, if we have a team that is populated with militants and killers they will go for team that has people with good character, team that can make Rivers people to be a stakeholder in the governance of the state.
“So, I’ m confident that we are going to win any re-run, we have proven our self to be men of character, and a team that fears God. We are the best candidates; I have said it before that there would be no manipulation.”  

The appeal court on Wednesday, December 16, upheld the ruling of the tribunal, which nullified the election of Governor Nyesom Wike.
In a 110-page ruling delivered by Justice M.B. Dongban-Mensem the court ruled that Wike’s election did not conform to the stipulations of the Electoral Act.
The tribunal headed by Justice Suleiman Ambrosa had in a judgment on October 24, 2015, nullified Wike’s election and ordered the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to conduct a fresh election.
Wike had challenged the verdict of the tribunal, as he filed an appeal at the Court of Appeal, asking the court to set aside the judgment of the Rivers state governorship election tribunal which voided his election.

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