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Rivers PDP Condemns Dakuku’s Display Of Hooliganism At Ogoni Day

…Says It’s A Smack Of Immaturity
By Rivers State PDP
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The disruption of the recent Ogoni Day celebration by the All Progressives Congress, APC mobsters guarding its governorship candidate, Dakuku Peterside has been described as unfortunate and a signal to the Agenda of the APC for the State.

Frowning at the infantile behavior of Mr. Dakuku Peterside at his arrival at the Ogoni Day event, the PDP in a statement signed by the Special Adviser on Media to the State Chairman, Jerry Needam said the disappointing episode bordered on the immaturity of the APC governorship candidate.

It he were wiser and, or mature, the PDP notes, Mr Peterside and his thugs would have been guided by the calm disposition of other prominent guests already seated at the event while the MOSOP president, Legborsi Pyagbara was still delivering his address including a more orderly PDP guber candidate, Chief Barr. Nyesom Wike and his entourage.

The reckless blaring of siren and flooding the entire venue with needless convoy, clouding the podium, were most unnecessary and animalistic, the PDP remarked.

The party believes the uncontrolled ecstasy is only a signal to the madness likely to be foisted on the people should the APC be given the opportunity to govern the State, wondering what difference that will make from the berserk Amaechi administration.

While thanking MOSOP and the more enlightened Ogoni people for tolerating the childishness of the APC governorship candidate, Dakuku Peterside, the PDP stressed that the shocking drama should rather serve as a lesson to the people to differentiate the boys from the men and vote wisely for purposeful and focused leadership promised by the more experienced and mature PDP governorship candidate, Chief Barr. Nyesom Wike as well as other PDP candidates for respective offices at the State and national levels.

Signed:
Jerry Needam
Special Adviser, on Media to
State PDP Chairman, Bro. Felix Obuah
Tuesday, January 6, 2015.