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Wike Hiding Behind People’s Anger Against Amaechi, APC – Princewill

Tonye Princewill, the Labour Party governorship candidate for Rivers in 2015, has accused his state governor, Nyesom Wike of “hiding behind people’s anger with APC and the Minister of Transportation, Chibuike Amaechi to tell Rivers people he is the Messiah who is here to save us from President Muhammadu Buhari”.

Princewill, now a member of the All Progressives Congress, said this in his reaction to the N510 billion 2018 budget the governor presented.

“Gov. Wike presenting a budget speech is nothing new; what will differ this time is, we will no longer be satisfied by hearing a budget speech.

The Labour Party governorship candidate in the 2015 general election in Rives said that there was no need talking about the importance of making the budget public.

“I will not even talk about the importance of why a budget needs to be made public because it is the equivalent of saying why we need to breathe air to survive.

“If Rivers people do not know, why Wike, cannot hide our budget, then they are finished and deserve no education from me,” he added.

The APC chieftain alleged that the Rivers governor had not taken the people serious since 2015.

“He is hiding behind people’s anger with APC and the Minister of Transportation, Mr Chibuike Amaechi to tell Rivers people he is the Messiah who is here to save us from President Muhammadu Buhari.

“Let me see whether, in 2018, that idiocy will continue.

“I represent a growing number of people who will rather work with APC than the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) because being neutral and silent is an endorsement of Wike.

“A marriage without conscience, a triumph of belle above brain and an acceptance of dictatorship,” he stated.

According to Princewill, the constitution states clearly that the presentation of a bill to the legislature should proceed the next financial year and it goes further to say when the financial year starts Jan. 1.

“Wike’s mates have submitted theirs since, and many have passed theirs into law.

“But look at the Rivers case, January has entered double digits before he presented the appropriation bill,” he said

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