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RIVERS APC: Wednesday’s Protest, Nobody Died ~Magnus Abe Clarifies

By Dandy Loveday

by True Blue Reporters

A former lawmaker in the National Assembly and Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress who is said to be parading a faction of the party in Rivers State, Senator Magnus Abe has reacted over the protest by some persons to the party secretariat on Wednesday.

Abe speaking in a Radio station on Monday morning in Port Harcourt monitored by True Blue Reporters, dismissed the report by some session of the media that one person died on the process, clarifying that nobody died whether for or against.

Magnus Abe who accepted that the protest was by some persons loyal to him, absorbed himself from taking part, saying he was not in Port Harcourt that very day.

“I am aware of the protest at the Rivers State APC Secretariat. I can confirm to you that nobody Died in that protest, though some persons sustained injury. That is not to say that somebody died, No.” He stated.

“It will be unfair to say I am not a member of APC. I am a founding member of APC.” He stated.

Abe also clarified that he is not the leader of APC in Rivers State. According to him, “I am not a member of APC in Rivers State. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi is the leader which we all sat and agreed.”

For him, much is expected of the Leader of APC in the state to keep the party united and to accommodate everyone’s opinion. He reaffirmed his stand in the governorship race, seeking for support.

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True Blue Reporters recalls that some persons loyal to Magnus Abe who are said to be aggrieved over the planned APC congress had taken a protest to the party secretariat, with one person claiming to had died during the protest. Surprisingly, the same person who was seen on the floor later took to his hill to run for his life as the police arrived to maintain laws and order in the place

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