The Rivers State All Progressives Congress (APC) has distanced itself from President-elect Bola Tinubu’s visit to the state on Wednesday.
Tinubu is scheduled to visit Rivers for two days and will commission a flyover between Rumuokwuta and Rumuola in the Obio/Akpor Local Government Area.
In addition, the politician will commission a Magistrate Court complex on Moscow Road in the Port Harcourt City Local Government Area.
Darlington Nwauju, the APC Publicity Secretary, stated on Tuesday that the party had nothing to do with Tinubu’s visit.
The governor was advised by the spokesman to “play less divisive politics and exercise restraint in sowing seeds of discord among opposition political parties.”
Despite his boast “in previous well-documented interviews,” Nwauju accused Wike of working to create a false perception of the APC structure’s collapse in Rivers.
According to him, the governor wants the President-elect to accept “his false narrative that there is no other opposition political party existing” in the state.
Nwauju went on to say that the APC is “focused on pursuing justice by contesting the results of the flawed March 18 elections at the Elections Petitions Tribunal.”
Wike has declared Wednesday a public holiday and urged people to turn out in large numbers to welcome Tinubu.
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