Tuesday, March 10, 2015

As Killers Murdered Supporters Of The APC, President Jonathan Was Celebrating

President Goodluck Jonathan dancing at the Eko Hotel in Lagos.

As Killers Murdered Supporters of The APC, President Jonathan Was Celebrating

Whilst members and supporters of the All Progressives Congress (APC) were attacked and murdered in cold blood by hired killers in Rivers State, President Goodluck Jonathan was celebrating in Lagos, from the State House, Marina to the Eko Hotel & Suites on Victoria Island on Sunday evening March 1, 2015, where he paid the rented crowds in US dollars.

 This was not the first time that President Goodluck Jonathan celebrated when innocent Nigerians have been killed. 

The heartless First Lady of Nigeria, Dame Patience Jonathan has urged members of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to stone members of the opposition party.

Stone Anyone Who Wants Change - First Lady Dame Patience Jonathan Says In Calabar

The political mafia of the PDP with billions of dollars made from the Togo Triangle where thousands of barrels of stolen crude oil from Nigeria is sold, more thousands of barrels of oil from oil blocks and million dollars fuel subsidy contracts can sponsor the political attacks and assassinations of members and supporters of the APC and escape unpunished, because the incumbent President has the powers of immunity to protect them. 

The time has come for the leadership of the APC to confront President Goodluck Jonathan and his sponsors face to face to prevent this critical situation from degenerating into chaos that will truncate and scuttle the 2015 presidential election which is the ulterior motive of the incumbent President and his desperate sponsors controlling the political mafia of the ruling class. 

The following press release is from the APC in Rivers State.



The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Rivers State has declared a week of mourning for nine of its members who were killed in two separate incidents in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital, on Saturday night. While five of the men were killed in the D-Line area of Port Harcourt, the other four met their untimely death along the Eastern By-Pass in the Marine Base area of the state capital.

“Rivers APC condemns the killing of these innocent men without reservations. That only APC members were targeted in the two incidents indicates that these are politically motivated murders targeted at reducing our membership strength ahead of the 2015 elections. We are challenging the law enforcement agencies to rise to the occasion and apprehend and bring the culprits to book,” Rivers APC Chairman, Dr. Davies Ibiamu Ikanya, said in a statement issued Tuesday in Port Harcourt.

“We are deeply shocked and saddened by the death of these innocent men and regard them as martyrs of our nascent democracy. We wish to assure those they have left behind that these party faithful will be celebrated and mourned accordingly. Their deaths will strengthen us the more to ensure that evil men are not be allowed to govern our State again,” Ikanya added. 

The State APC Chairman directed APC members throughout the State to use this Sunday, 15th March, to pray for the repose of their souls in their various churches. “We owe them this honour even as we strive to honour them the more by ensuring that their dream of landslide victory for our great party in the forthcoming general elections is realised,” he said.

Dr. Ikanya cautioned the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and its supporters to eschew violence as no amount of violence and intimidation will save the party from being disgraced during the March 28 and April 11 general elections in the State.

We pray our friends and the International Community to constantly remember us in their prayers as both our candidate, Dr Dakuku Adol Peterside and all APC Chieftains are all targets for elimination by the newly assembled PDP Killer Squad.

Long Live APC!

Long Live Rivers State!!

Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze,

SSA Media and Public Affairs to the State Chairman, APC Rivers State.

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