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Reasons Why I Left The APC ~Magnus Abe

By Dandy Loveday

by True Blue Reporters

A former lawmaker at the national assembly and one time chieftain of the All Progressives Congress in Rivers State, Senator Magnus Abe Ngei have officially make known his decision to exit the Party APC and move on to another political party ahead of 2023 general election.

Magnus Abe who revealed this to newsmen stated that the ground holds no water any longer for him in the All Progressives Congress in Rivers State and that he’s within his right to move to anywhere he so wish and in a manner that is within the constitutional guide.

According to True Blue Reporters, Magnus Abe stated, “I have left the APC in Rivers State”

Abe gave some reasons why he will no longer be seen as a member of the APC and will not work for the APC and its candidates from his state, Rivers State.

For Abe, the APC in Rivers State do not carry him along any longer. Infact, they do not seek and need his opinion in all that goes on in the party for a while now. Such situation as a politician doesn’t mean he for him and his political future.

Abe also revealed that he can no longer achieve his governorship ambition in the APC because he has long ago lost relationship with the leader of the APC in Rivers State, hence, the need to move on to another party. He also clarified that he is totally in the dark with the APC from his ward to the state activities of the party

Abe further revealed that he does not even know his ward chairman as he have since lost touch with happenings in the All Progressives Congress in Rivers State.

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He expressed his willingness to still support the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu but failed to explain whether he will abandon the presidential candidate of the political party he tend to move to, their national candidates and further abide by the party if they so decide not to tolerate what may be seen as anti-party move

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