Senator Magnus Abe has described the orderly conduct of the Rivers State congress of the All Progressives Congress, APC, which was well attended, as monumental.
Abe, representing Rivers South-East in the National Assembly, shortly after participating in the party’s state congress in Port Harcourt, said the comportment and peace witnessed during the exercise was a clear indication that APC was now rooted in Rivers State.
“With the development, I am convinced that APC has penetrated the grassroots in Rivers State and will emerge victorious in the 2015 general elections,” Abe said.
The Chairman, Senate Committee on Petroleum (Downstream) urged the delegates, as ambassadors of the party, to replicate same commitment in their drive towards making the party greater.
He said: “APC has come to change the old ways of doing government business. The party is determined to chase out impunity, insecurity and injustice. Nigerians need change, Nigerians want their country back and APC is the answer.”
He congratulated the newly elected chairman, Chief Davies Ikanya and the Secretary, Emeka Bekee as well as other party officials on their victory at the congress.