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Exposed : APC chieftain , Magnus Abe plotting to militarize Rivers Re-run elections

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Exposed : APC chieftain , Magnus Abe plotting to militarize Rivers Re-run elections

It is no longer a secret that Magnus Abe visited Port Harcourt Barack of the Nigerian Army popularly known as Bori Camp yesterday, Friday 11 November, 2016. But many are not aware of the reason for the suspicious and secretive visit to the Barack.

Sources from the office of the Commander of the 2 Amphibious Brigade reliably hinted that, Magnus Abe visited the Commander to perfect plans for the militarization of the December 10 rerun, particularly in Rivers South-East senatorial district.

Following Tai people’s resolve to stage a massive protest because of the decision of INEC to exclude the LGA from the forthcoming polls against its initial decision. Magnus Abe wants soldiers to flood Tai to prevent any form of protest.

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It was also revealed that both Abe and the military are planning to lock up Jacobson Nbina, Gregory Barile Nwidan, Cyril Dumwite, and some other PDP leaders that are driving the grassroot mobilization in the senatorial district.

With all indications, it is obvious the entire Rivers South-East senatorial district will be heavily militarized because Magnus Abe believes that is the only way he can return to the Red Chamber of the National Assembly. The military would be used to inject fake electoral materials into the system and anybody who stands on their way would be arrested and brutalized for fermenting trouble during the election.

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Dumebi Ifeanyi

Dumebi Ifeanyi is the Publisher of Politics Nigeria. He is also a seasoned businessman and a follower of the school of Ruthless Pragmatism

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