In a statement titled ‘HEED THE CLARION CALL’ the Port Harcourt business mogul and intelligent politician who is worldly acclaimed to have added a new but interesting twist and much value to Rivers politics especially as it concerns youth development and political participation, has called on Rivers residents to stand with APC to end regression in all sectors of the state. He charged the people to part ways with parochial sentiments and embrace politics of ideas as the instrument of development. He assured the people that the party APC is one that can boast of men and women of vision with relevant leadership experiences. He therefore advised that it was time for people to join forces and fight the factors and agents of regression in order to make Rivers State a better place. Below is his statement.
“HEED THE CLARION CALL
Come stand with Rivers progressives, all who are genuinely outraged by the rapid regression in our Education, Agriculture, security and economy. Come stand with APC, all who truly desire change; let us work unitedly and take advantage of the great opportunities that abound in our great country Nigeria. Let us now part ways with those parochial sentiments that inhibit our chances of growth and development, and make it about ideas.
Come stand with this great party in Rivers State, all of you who seek quality education for your children, affordable housing, business ownership, guaranteed civil liberties, effective justice system and security. Come stand with APC if you seek to have the tools to succeed in this very highly competitive 21st century. Stand with this group of visionary men and women who are determined to lift Rivers State to an enviable height.
Together, let us fight the regressive forces that haunt our collective success. I want to be part of the history that records how Rivers State became great again with the kind of successes that resonate with the signs and symbols of an industrialized world. Come now let us reason and work together in love and in truth.
Together, we shall Change Rivers State for the better!”