Alleged inducement, figment of Obuah’s imagination, says Abe Campaign Organisation

Posted by News Express | 20 April 2015 | 2,752 times

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The Abe Campaign Organisation has described report credited to Felix Obuah of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) alleging inducement of Ogoni Pastors and Chiefs to petition the Rivers State election tribunal by Sen. Magnus Abe as a figment of Obuah’s imagination.

The organisation educated Obuah on what representation entails by reminding him that “Abe is a serving Senator representing Rivers South-East in the National Assembly, so could meet with his constituents whenever the need arises.”

It observed that the Senator or associates do not need to induce already aggrieved voters to testify as witnesses over a concocted exercise that did not allow them choose their representatives.

The organisation expressed shock that Obuah was jubilating over a purported election independent bodies across the world have unanimously condemned.

“Did Senator Abe also bribe the European Union, United Nations, United States Embassy, Domestic and International Observers that described the exercise as a charade and rape of democracy”? the Organisation queried.

It said, “Thousands of disenfranchised Rivers people are determined and ready to testify against the day robbery Obuah is celebrating, and cheap blackmail will not deter them,” enlisting Obuah and his cohorts to dance to the rhythm of the music they played rather than look for where to heap blames.

The organisation also disclosed that it was not losing sleep over non existent issue called elections because it had enough evidence and legal batons to secure victory for Senator Abe.

It urged Rivers people, particularly the people of Rivers South-East as well as All Progressives Congress (APC) members in the state not to panic; as, soon the genuine wish of the electorate in the choice of their representatives would be met.

•Photo shows polling centre

Source: News Express

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