Rivers: Dakuku, NIMASA’s Expatriates, Storm APC Over Re-run Elections

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The Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Peterside Dakuku, has met behind a closed door with the national chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC)  chief John Oyegun, over  Saturday re-run elections in Rivers state.

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Peterside who came to the Secretariat in company of some white expatriates, at about 4:00 p.m. however met with Oyegun and other national officers in their offices to consult with the leadership of the party ahead the elections.

The former  APC governorship candidate in rivers loudly heard by newsmen who were waiting to hear from him, on his way down from the staircase of the 3rd floor of the APC house, chanting ”they will bow, they will bow”.

A reliable source who was closed to Dakuku’s moment from one office to another, revealed that the two main issues why he visited the Secretariat was to thank the party leaders for his appointment and perfect plans against the Saturday re-run elections in his home state.

The NIMASA DG, who refused to speak with the press when approached also ignored cheers from the party members and staff of the APC Secretariat.

Dakuku, who was physically sober  when he led other APC leaders in Rivers state on a protest visit to the party requesting for an audience with President Muhammadu Buhari, was however, in joyful mood yesterday having being appointed DG NIMASA.

It would be recalled that Governor NyesonWike, who is of the opposition People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has had a running war of words with the Minister of Transport, Rotimi Amaechi, who held sway in the state for eight years.

Recall also that there had been series of killings in the state in some local governments with the APC and PDP trading blames.

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