OVERVIEW OF: Supreme Court judgment: No more obstacles in Rivers - APC
The All Progressives Congress (APC) has said there are no more obstacles against the party in Rivers State.
Ogbonna Nwuke, the State Publicity Secretary, reacted to Friday’s Supreme Court judgement on Friday.
He noted that the court ended all arguments relating to the authentic Chairman of the APC Caretaker Committee.
The spokesman called Igo Aguma “a meddlesome tombo fly,” who had no right to challenge the right of the party to choose leaders of its committee.
“Based on the ruling, Isaac Ogbobula is the authentic Chairman; it is now clear that the obstacles placed on the way of the APC in Rivers State have been removed.”
“Now that the storm is over, we wish to state categorically that our doors are open to receive all who believe in the mission of the APC,” he added.
Nwuke said in spite of the defeat Magnus Abe’s supporters have suffered, the door would not be shut against them.
Recall that Abe’s allies, Igo Aguma who was declared Interim APC Chairman by a court, and Livingstone Wechie, resigned from the APC after the apex court’s verdict.