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IPAC in Rivers passes vote of confidence on Wike
The union of all Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) registered political parties in Rivers State has passed a vote of confidence on the government Nyesom Wike.
Under the auspices of Inter Party Advisory Council (IPAC), a body of all registered political parties, made their position known on Friday when they paid him a courtesy visit at Government House in Port Harcourt.
Led by IPAC’s Chairman in the State, Bro. Felix Obuah, the group said Wike have performed creditably well within his first 100 days in office and deserved all the encomium being showered on him by the people of the State.
Bro. Obuah, who is also the State Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) said Wike have convinced even critics that he meant well for the people.
The IPAC leader stated that the vote of confidence on Wike by 28 of the 29 registered political parties in the State was further informed by his nonpartisan disposition in the projects so far executed in the State.
He said that majority of members of IPAC are opposing political parties, they were conventionally bound to criticize the administration, but that Wike’s achievement within so short a time has made that impossible.
Speaking in the same vein, the Vice Chairman of IPAC, Deacon Precious Enyi of New Nigerian Peoples Party (NNPP) lauded Wike for putting smiles on the faces of Rivers people within my 100 days as Chief Executive.
The NNPP State Chairman said the Operation Zero Potholes project as well as the payment of salaries to civil servants were some of the milestones that spoke volume for Wike.
Deacon Enyi told the governor that IPAC leaders were people of integrity, which, according to him, explained why they boycotted the illegal Local Government Election that was conducted by outgone Governor Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi.
The IPAC Vice Chairman appealed to the governor to assist the body with a bus to ease their movement even as he also asked for an office space to enable them run the association.
Governor Wike was delighted at the visit by the Chairmen of 28 political parties in the State, this development showed that politicking is over in the State.
Wike vow to work with all the parties so as to move the state to the next level.
He concluded that his administration would remain committed to the rule of law and promised to consider members of other political parties in future appointments even as he promised to consider IPAC’s request for a bus and an office space.