Senator Magnus Abe dedicates tribunal victory to people of Rivers state

The representative of Rivers Southeast Senatorial

District, Senator Magnus Abe, has described

his Monday evening’s favourable judgment at the

election petitions tribunal in Abuja as victory for

all Rivers people.

He also lauded the judiciary on the landmark

judgement, in a petition filed by Olaka Worgu of

the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).

Abe, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress

(APC), while reacting to the judgement of the

tribunal, presided over by Justice Goody Anunihu,

he lauded the people of Rivers Southeast

senatorial district for the massive support.

The senator, in an online statement Tuesday by

his Spokesperson, Parry Benson, urged Worgu

and his supporters to join hands with him to

move the senatorial district and Rivers state


Abe, a former Secretary to the Rivers State

Government (SSG), stated that what should be of

paramount concern to every person from the

senatorial district was the dividends of

democracy, while assuring them that very soon

they would benefit immensely for voting for him.

He gave an assurance that he would not

discriminate against anyone, stressing that it did

not matter whether anybody from the senatorial

district did not vote for him.

The senator enjoined the people of the district,

no matter the political party they belong, to

support him, in order to enable him to get all the

benefits due them.

He said: “I want to congratulate the judiciary and

all Rivers people. This is a victory for all of us

and all those who believe in democracy and due


“At this point, l will like to plead with everybody

that it is time to let go of this quagmire and give

the people of our senatorial district the

opportunity to benefit from the dividends of


“I thank all those who voted for me and all those

who did not vote for me. I thank God Almighty

who has made all things possible.”

Abe assured that he would put in his best in the

service of the people of his senatorial district,

Rivers state and Nigeria.

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