Successful APC Rally In Rivers, Sign Of Victory – Dimkpa
A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state, Chukwudi Dimpka has described the massive turnout and successful conduct of the Rivers APC Presidential rally as a clear indication of victory and total support for the APC.
Engr. Dimpka made the remark on the sidelines shortly after the rally at the Yakubu Gowon stadium in Port Harcourt saying the victory of APC has been clearly written on the wall.
According to him, the rally shows that the APC is still very strong in Rivers, and that even those asleep felt the quake and thanked God for the well organized rally devoid of any hitch.
He called on all of Rivers people to vote massively for Ahmed Bola Tinubu, Pastor Tonye Cole and all other APC candidates.
He said he is very optimistic that the APC gubernatorial candidate, Pastor Tonye Cole stands for a better Rivers State, where the tears of Rivers people will turn to joy.
He described Pastor Tonye Cole as a political colossus whose leadership potential is waiting to be harnessed.
He maintained that Pastor Cole is a man with a big heart whose passion is to put smiles on the faces of Rivers people by turning Rivers State to an investor’s hub.
Engr. Dimpka noted that the antecedents of the APC gubernatorial candidate cannot be overemphasized, adding that if voted into power the youths would be gainfully employed, acquired various skills, given scholarship, good roads, infrastructural development and other social amenities be provided for Rivers people.
He urged the youths not to allow themselves to be used as an agent of destruction by politicians “nobody should tell you to what they wouldn’t want their own children to do” he said.
“This is a time for you to exercise your right by casting your vote, vote a credible candidates for a better future, don’t allow anybody to use you as a tool of destruction to cause mayhem.
At the end of the day you will be worst off because you will be jail while their children are at abroad enjoying life to the fullest”