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Gang up: APC chieftain backs Governor Dickson over comment against Jonathan’s 6 years failure

Gang up: APC chieftain backs Governor Dickson over comment against Jonathan’s 6 years failure

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Bayelsa state, Chief Perekeme Kpodoh, has commended Governor Dickson over statement against Jonathan.

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APC chieftain faults Dickson's critics over verdict against Jonathan's tenure
- A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Bayelsa state, Perekeme Kpodoh, has commended Governor Dickson for statement on Jonathan

- He said criticisms against Governor Dickson over his comments were unnecessary and misplaced

- He said people should be bold to say the truth, noting that many are shying away from the truth in the Niger delta region

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and former security adviser to the Bayelsa state government, Chief Perekeme Kpodoh, has described as unnecessary and misplaced the criticism that trailed ‎the comment by Governor Seriake Dickson that the six years of former President Goodluck Jonathan was a waste to Nigeria and the Ijaw people.

‎According to Kpodoh, though the verdict handed down by Governor Dickson shocked many coming from a PDP governor of Bayelsa and especially the home state of the former president, the verdict by Governor Dickson was the truth and the confirmation of the earlier positions that the Jonathan's administration was the most corrupt and a wasted opportunity for the Niger Delta region.

‎Chief Kpodoh, who was reacting in Yenagoa to the controversy triggered by the verdict handed down by Governor Dickson during the May 16th Isaac Adaka Boro day, said: "I have studied the various criticisms and concluded that those castigating the Bayelsa governor are shying away from the truth.

Gang up: APC chieftain backs Governor Dickson over comment against Jonathan’s 6 years failure


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"Not wanting to sound like media aides to Governor Dickson, the truth is bitter and the Izon race stands for truth. What Governor Dickson said was the bitter truth. Instead of being castigated, Governor Dickson should be applauded."

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He noted with concern that though the region has lost the golden opportunity provided by the Nigerian nation with former President Jonathan’s presidency, "after the six years, the Niger Delta region is still wallowing in poverty, under development and deprivation.

"The Nigerian nation blessed the Niger Delta region with a vice president, acting president and president, but what did we show for it. Look at the NLNG in Brass, it should have been running and employ over 500,000 youths.

“Sea ports should have been activated with cargoes moving from the region to the south west and south east. The east-west and other federal roads should have been completed, but none was achieved under Jonathan.

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"And some people are claiming that what Governor Dickson said was not the truth. I have said it without counts that Jonathan’s years is a wasted time. When late Azikwe was in charge, the eastern region opened up.

“Awolowo was a prominent South-west politician, the South west prospered. Obasanjo, though controversial, Ogun state opened up. Buhari is president, and the Northern region particularly Katsina has opened up. What did Jonathan do? Nothing."

NAIJ.com had earlier reported comments made by Chief Perekeme Kpodoh where he fired former President Goodluck Jonathan stating various grounds on which Jonathan disappointed the people of the Niger delta region.

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