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“You’re A Political Harlot; You Voted For PDP In 2019” — Wike Slams APC National Secretary



Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike says the National Secretary of the Caretaker Committee of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Senator James Akpanudoedehe, is a “political harlot” who lacks the character to talk about national issues without subjecting it to pecuniary interests.

Wike stated this Thursday at the inauguration of Chief Orabule Adiele Road, Rumuolumeni, formerly known as Aker-Base Road, by the Governor of Abia State, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu in Rumuolumeni community of Obio/Akpor LGA of Rivers State.

The governor accused the APC scribe of anti-party activities in the 2019 general election, saying Akpanudoedehe voted for the PDP against his own party.

Wike threatened to expose the APC scribe to his party.

“The National Secretary of the Caretaker Committee of All Progressives Congress (APC) said I am playing to the gallery, and that I am economical with the truth. That, after all, Federal Government has been fighting insecurity and that they gave us bail-out money.

“Bail-out money is not free money. We are paying back the money. But even if they gave us free money, does it mean that if anything is going wrong, I shouldn’t talk?

“We agree that there’s a problem in the country. Even the governors agreed that they are faced with security challenges. Yes, you’re overwhelmed with security challenges but whose responsibility is it to fix the security in this country?

“The National Secretary of APC has been a life-time governorship aspirant. He has no character; yesterday, he was Tinubu, today he is with Minister of Transportation because he wants to be governor.

“Such characters cannot talk to people like us because we have character. A man without character does not have what it takes. I cannot jump from one place to another simply because you want to be governor by all means.

“Ask him, where did he vote in 2019? He voted for PDP. Let him keep his mouth shut before I will tell APC what he did. People like that shouldn’t talk to us,” Wike said.

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