A team to drive the governorship aspiration of APC Governorship hopeful, Pastor Tony Cole in Emohua Local Government Area was on Wednesday inaugurated. The group known as TeamCole cuts across the 23 LGAs in Rivers State
Delivering his inaugural speech, TeamCole Coordinator, Emolga Chapter, Timothy Ovodo highlighted on the importance of working for and with Tonye Cole towards a successful journey to the Rivers State government house by 2023 by the grace of God.
Timothy extensively explained the quality profile and personality of Tonye Cole, hence, his choice for the office of Governor come 2023. He called on every well meaning Rivers State sons and daughters, even non indigenes to stand firm and support Tonye Cole fully.
Delivering the speech on behalf of the State Director of TeamCole, Ariochi Aliezi charged those inaugurated today to believe in the course and commit themselves to the governorship aspiration of Tonye Cole. He insisted on the need for everyone to see it as a personal project while they relentlessly reach out to the voters at grassroot, sensitizing them on the need to support Tonye Cole for the benefit and development of River State.
He emphasized on the need to work hand in hand with leaders of various LGAs and warned that loyalty and respect for the Minister of Transportation and APC Presidential Hopeful, Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi and APC must be of maximum.
True Blue Reporters was present and report that a seven man executive body were inaugurated, including fourteen ward coordinators. With a matching order to get to the unit level and other unifying actions for the success of Pastor Tonye Cole and the APC in Rivers State.
The group is working directly with the Rivers APC Governorship hopeful and wishes to unveil more of its political activities in the coming days ahead of 2023 general elections. They have already moved into wards and units for voters card sensitization and opinions on what the people at the grassroot may wish from Pastor Tonye Cole if he finally emerges as the executive governor of Rivers State in 2023