Fafaa Dan Princewill has maintained that he is the governorship candidate of the Labour Party in Rivers State.
Dan, who said this in a statement in Port Harcourt at the weekend called on Rivers people to vote for the Labour party in this saturday’s Governorship and House of Assembly elections, and remain vigilant to defend their votes.
According to him, Labour party is a party for the hope of the present and future generations, adding that Rivers people must put an end to the loss of young lives in the state, as electoral violence has no place in a decent society.
Part of his statement reads,
“I am the governorship candidate of the Labour Party in Rivers State and I want everybody to come out and vote for Labour. Vote for a new beginning in Rivers State.”
“…We believed INEC but what we saw was different, the records are there. Everyone is aware. Even the international community has testified that the election did not meet the expectations of Nigerians.”
“The BVAS is for both accreditation and uploading of results. That’s what the Electoral Act says but unfortunately that did not happen.
“I believe the next election will be different. I want to encourage everyone not to despair. Please, come out and vote massively for LP on March 11th; take pictures of the result sheets, your phone is now your power, record every activity around the polling units. If you don’t come out to vote, you have already voted for the wrong people. Don’t take the election as passing fancy, make sure you vote and defend your vote.”
“We must put an end to violence in Rivers State. Electoral violence has no place in a sane society, we must have a new beginning. Labour is a party for the future and party for today. Young people are the future, so you have to survive today to think of the future. We are tired of suffering in this country.