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CHIEF EZE CHUKWUEMEKA EZE’S SUSPENSION IS INDEFINITE NO MATTER HIS UNGUIDED UTTERANCES AGAINST THE LEADERSHIP OF THE RIVERS STATE ACTION CONGRESS (RSAC) SINCE THE ENLARGED EXCO MEETING OF THE RSAC SUSPENDED HIM ON THE 20TH NOV. 2009

By Suagepress Suagepress

Following the enlarged exco meeting of the RSAC on the 20th Nov. 2009 where a resolution was taken into action which led to the suspension of one Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze who until the date above was acting as the Publicity Secretary RSAC, we of the Forum of local goverment Party Chairmen in the 23 LGAs in Rivers, and the Youth Wing of the RSAC want to say it the umpteenth time that the Eze's suspension is valid and had never been reversed, contrary to the statement we learnt he is peddling around that he remains the bonafide Publicity Secretary of our party in the state. The person who replaced him and had started acting is Mr. Chinenye Nwulu. The Eze is using his uncouth press releases to hoodwink the general public. So we advise people to beware.

We also want the general public to beware, especially, our dogged governor, Rt. Hon. Chibuike Amaechi, that since the 20th resolution as stated above, information is humming around us like the humming noise of bees on a journey that some mischievous persons who have been practicing unethical practices against the party and as a result were hounded out of the party are scheming to employ assassins to pummel our trusted and unwavering RSAC chairman, Mr. Suage Badey. We learnt that they have vowed to pummel this young man to the soil irrespective that he is fighting a just course to not only the party but also the state under the leadership of Rt. Hon. Chibuike Amaechi-led administration of our state. While we pray for the divine protection of our RSAC chairman in the hand of any evil planner, we would at the same time ask the state security agents to come to his aid.

As a party, we don't have and harbour any personal agenda as wont with the Eze when he was holding forte as Publicity Secretary of RSAC. We have read a lot of unedited comments in the form of press releases from his defunct office without the knowledge of the leadership of the party. A political prostitute, he was using the RSAC to achieve what he could not have achieved in PDP, thereby hoodwinking the general public that Dr. Odili and Sekibo were re-aligning with the party, comments that has heated up the polity and has brought shame to the leadership of the party.

Being a political gluton, the said Eze could not be allowed to associate with the political events in the Adamawa State where his name resonates as a 'prominent' politician but none of the politicians in that state could associate with him 'inwardly' because of his meandering political habits. Doubting Thomases should go and ask His Exellency, Mr. Boni Haruna. Being a political outcaste in Adamawa State, he was smuggled into Rivers. A non- indigene refusing to embrace the hospitality of Action Congress Rivers by quickly getting integrated and reistered in one of the wards in the state rather he has opted to be and agent of divisive tendencies capable of creating deep rivalries and politcal tension in the state.

We are not saying that the said Eze is not from Rivers State, (he is from Ebonyi State), he has succeeded in breaking some aged long relationships with the members of the party. He was dribbling RSAC to a box and was hoodwinking the members of the public with his press releases, a fact that was later found to be treacherous. We advise the general public to be wary of this man and abstain from transacting any business with him that concerns the RSAC. The state AC is still intact with the chairmanship of Suage Badey whose loyality to the leader, Princewill, and to the constitution of the party still remains cordial and intact. Suage Badey is a man of conscience, and a man of good reputation. The said Eze is an opportunist.

Signed:

Chief Gift Okocha, Chairman, Forum of Local Goverment Party Chirmen's Forum & Chairman Obio/Akpor local govt Party Chairman.

Mr. Goodnews Ndunake, Acting StateYouth Leader