Governorship candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) in Rivers State, Senator Magnus Abe, has called on politicians in the state, to allow the people of the state to choose who becomes their governor in 2023.
This is as he said going by the new rules guiding election in Nigeria, there will be no middlemen during the 2023 general elections as candidates must talk to voters one on one.
Abe spoke in Port Harcourt, the state capital at an event to receive members of the Nigeria Ethnic Forum (NEF) a forum of all ethnic groups in Nigeria living in Rivers State, who declared support for his candidature.
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He said: “I am just coming back from Church and today, I went to Church to pray to God to make this forthcoming election peaceful. No gunshot will be heard in Rivers State. I told God that I will not buy knife I will not buy jack-knife, I will not buy gun, I will not send anybody to go and beat up anybody. I will not tear anybody’s poster and I will not disturb anybody.
“Let us give room to Rivers people to choose whatever they want; let us give them room to appoint whoever they want. Whoever they choose, let all of us join hands with that person to build Rivers State, so that the state will grow.
“No one is bigger than the other person. What causes problems during election is when people thinking they have right more than you. They believe that if they whoever they choose should be accepted by all. Let all of us realize that it is God that gives power.