The People’s Democratic Party in Rivers State says protests by the APC in Port Harcourt is part of a pre-arranged plot to derail the transition process in the state.
Publicity Secretary of the PDP Campaign Council, Ogbonna Nwuke said this on Tuesday.
He also said For days, Tonye Cole has been howling in public, repeatedly blaming the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), security agencies and the PDP for the woes which befell his party.
According to him, Tonye Cole is on a mission to cause needless trouble, invite violence and destabilize the state after being rejected at the polls by Rivers people.
“We are aware what is playing out on the streets of Port Harcourt is part of a pre-arranged plot the APC to derail the transition process in Rivers after being undeniably visited across the state by the ghost of abandoned property,” he said.
“He has refrained from blaming the APC and self for running a clueless campaign. From what we have seen, it is clear Cole is on a mission to cause needless trouble, invite violence and destabilise the State, after being roundly defeated by the PDP, rejected at the polls by Rivers people.
“Cole, has without proof called the PDP names and made allegations about our supposed relationship with INEC and security forces that are not true. The reckless comments credited to him, including talking into existence a Wike police have left us in shock,” he added.