According to a piece of news sighted by Floky on Nigeria Info 92.3 Ph, the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Rivers State says nothing will stop them from taking over the Rivers State Government House in 2023.
Isaac Ogbobula, who is the current Caretaker Committee Chairman of the APC in the State, said this at the weekend in PHALGA while receiving members of the PDP who joined the APC. The Caretaker Committee Chairman who was represented by Steve Ogbolo, the State Deputy Chairman of the party, said Rivers State needs change.
The 2023 election is upon us, and every political party is talking tough. The Rivers State People's Democratic Party, also referred to as Rivers PDP, is the current ruling party in the state. The state chapter of the People's Democratic Party in Rivers State, Nigeria has a sitting Governor in the person of Nyesom Wike. The present Governor of the state Wike won in 2015 and has been ruling for 6 years with 2 more years to go before his tenure comes to an end. Wike retained office after he had won another election.
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