Amaechi humiliated me before my wife - Senator Magnus Abe

Amaechi humiliated me before my wife - Senator Magnus Abe

- An APC senator in Rivers state, Magnus Abe, and the minister of transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, have brought out their dirty linen in the public

- Abe has accused Amaechi of humiliating him in front of his wife, asking him to stay away from the forthcoming elections

- The senator claimed that Amaechi came to his house and told him not to contest in the forthcoming elections

Magnus Abe, an All Progressives Congress (APC) senator representing Rivers state southeast constituency, has alleged that the minister of transportation and director general of the Buhari's campaign organisation, Rotimi Amaechi, humiliated him by telling him not to contest for election in the presence of his wife, Punch reports.

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There are insinuations that Abe said Amaechi’s conducts can cost APC a lot in the 2019 general elections. Abe also accused the minister of running a one-man show.

Abe said: “My grievances with the transportation minister has nothing to do with him supporting me or not. I have told him clearly that he is free to support who he wants. My disagreement with him is that he said I should not run, and I said I would run.

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“To come to my house, call me in front of my wife and tell me not to try contesting was the height of it. I said no, I would not accept, I would contest.”

Meanwhile, reported that the chairmen of the Princewill’s Political Associates (PPA) in the 23 local government areas of Rivers had thanked Amaechi for supporting the candidature of their principal to fly the flag of the APC in the state.

The chairmen also declared that with Tonye Cole as the governorship candidate of the APC, the party was sure of victory.

They commended Amaechi for reportedly hearing the cry of those from the riverine part of the state for the emergence of a governorship candidate from their area ahead of the 2019 general election. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better.

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