Rivers political crisis will end soon – PDP

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Rivers State Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Sydney Gbara, has assured that the political crises in the state will soon come to an end.

Gbara gave the assurance while briefing newsmen on Saturday in Port Harcourt, stressing that majority of Rivers people no longer enjoyed the drama making rounds in the state’s political space.

According to him, every reasonable Rivers citizen is yearning for peace and also want Governor Siminialaye Fubara to be allowed to work and demonstrate his capabilities in the administration of the state.

The party image maker hailed the governor for demonstrating self comportment by not allowing room for distractions in the midst of heightened political disagreements.

“The governor even in the midst of pockets of disagreements with his predecessor and some organs of the government, had remained focused, delivering back-to-back life touching policies, programmes and projects for the people.

“His policy is directly touching lives and building capacity.

“We shouldn’t be surprised when we see that people are beginning to have a rethink and throwing-in support for him because as they say, if you can’t beat them, join them,” he said.

He also described as timely, the recent resignation and declaration of support for the governor by a councillor representing the ward of the Minister of the Federal Capital Terrritory, FCT, Nyesom Wike.

DAILY POST reports that the councillor, Mr Achor Nna, had publicly pledged loyalty to Fubara.