The 2019 General elections no doubt have produced moments which are unforgettable in the anals of elections in the country. Perhaps, topmost among the moments generated by the exercise is the controversial militarization of the electoral process.
ALARMED Nigerian soldiers were forced to abandon their mission to hijack ballot boxes during the March 9 Governorship/House of Assembly elections when a leader of the protesting women of Ogu/Bolo communities in Rivers State, out of desperation, sprinkled blood from her drenched menstrual pad on military patrol vehicles and by some mystical interference, the engines refused to kick.
By Nimi Thom-Manuel
When you go on a vengeance on someone you might never know what is in stock for you at the end of the day. God said "vengeance is mine, I will recompense". Since after the 2015 elections Rt. Han. Rotimi Amaechi had been on a vengeful and suicidal mission targeted primarily on Gov. Wike of Rivers State and by extension on Rivers people.
Being text of Chief Akpo Bomba Yeeh, AAC Deputy Gov'ship candidate's address to the Press on his experiences while in AAC and current fears after his defection.
The nation woke up on Wednesday 20th March 2019 to the hopeless lies published by six All Progressives Congress (APC) Elders in leading National Newspapers in their ill-motivated letter to President Muhammadu Buhari. These APC Elders discarded the overriding interest of Rivers State to line their pockets. They preferred to sing from the destructive and disastrous hymn book of the Minister of Transportation, Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, rather than side with the much bruised and traumatized people of Rivers State.