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Rivers PDP Blames APC For Court Bombing…’Must Explain Their Reasons’



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Press Statement

The Rivers State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, is worried over the unscrupulous and unrepentant nature of those who wish the judiciary dead in the State.

The PDP was reacting to the early morning bombing of the various High Courts in the State, Monday, February 2, 2015 sequel to the order by National Judiciary Workers Union that the striking State judiciary workers should resume work.

A statement from the office of the State Chairman of PDP, Bro Felix Obuah and signed by his Special Adviser on Media, Jerry Needam, is blaming the All Progressives Congress, APC for the ugly incident, demanding that it explains to Rivers people why it delights in the continued closure of courts in the State.

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The PDP finds it irrational and indicting why Governor Chibuike Amaechi is not bothered about the continued closure of the courts neither is he moved by the suffering of litigants, lawyers and solicitors, and especially those languishing in detention and prisons because of the striking judiciary workers yet he gleefully and dutifully pays the salaries and allowances of the judiciary workers for staying at home.

Condemning the bomb blasts in its entirety and the incessant attacks on the courts, the PDP said the issue at stake, and the work resumption order is not a State matter and should be respected so that sanity will reign in the judiciary.

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The party also calls on the law enforcement agencies not to leave any stone unturned in fishing out those who carried out the abominable act, describing it as an aberration and diversionary.


Jerry Needam

Special Adviser, on Media to

State PDP Chairman, Bro. Felix Obuah

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

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