BY GABRIEL OKECHUKWU, PORT HARCOURT
Non-indigenes in Rivers State have been enjoined to collect their permanent Voters’ cards, PVC and elect a credible candidate in the forthcoming Twenty-twenty three Governorship elections in Rivers State.
The Wife of the Governorship Candidate of National Rescue Movement, NRM, in Rivers State, Mrs. Yemisi Jackrich who gave the advice during a sensitization rally for Yoruba Community in the State, told the participants not to trade their future for a piece of mill.
While soliciting their support, she noted that the governorship candidate of NRM has the pedigree of reaching out to the masses not minding their race or religion.
On his part, the Governorship candidate of National Rescue Movement, NRM, High Chief Ambassador Sobomabo Jackrich who stressed that voting in the coming election should not be along party lines but based on individual character, capability and antecedent, assured the people of his determination to engage in massive development in all parts of the State.
Ambassador Jackrich who was the former Caretaker Committees Chairman of Asari Toru local government Area, told the party faithful that his administration will carry everyone along, ensure equity, productivity, peace and justice.
The Governorship candidate while promising to salvage the state from mismanagement and Treasury looting, condemned Order Twenty-one of the state government, insisting that it is undemocratic
On the ravaging flood in parts of the State, High Chief Jackrich expressed sadness over the situation noting that he has always identified with the victims since twenty thirteen.
In their responses, the Yoruba Women Leader NRM Rivers State, Mrs. Adeleke Adeola gave assurance that the women will support Ambassador Sobomabo Jackrich to emerge as the next governor of Rivers State while the Chief Imam of Chokocho Central Mosque Etche, Afa Nureni Oladupupo described the Candidate as a saleable material who will rescue Rivers State from the shackles of bad governance