A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Rivers State, Tony Okocha says the emergence of Governor Nyesom Wike has caused disunity among the people of Rivers state.
Okocha, leader of the APC in Obio-Akpor, said this during a programme organized by the party in Obio-Akpor Local Government Area.
Okocha in his address said Governor Wike was running the state without a clear-cut blueprint.
He said there had been high rate of kidnapping, hostage taking and other criminal vices in the state.
Okocha, who was also the former Chief of Staff to immediate past Governor Rotimi Amaechi called on the people of Rivers state to be optimistic, adding that sanity will soon return to the state.
He appealed to members of the APC to come together and form a united front to make the party stronger.
Okocha said, “Sadly, the out gone year ended with mixed feelings for members of our party who passed through thick and thin occasioned by the despotic rulership of the current Governor, Nyesom Wike.
“The emergence of Wike as the Governor has disunited Rivers people more than before. He has divided us parochially as a people. Obio-Akpor people under this administration has witnessed basterdization of super infrastructure and institutions provided by the previous administrations in Rivers state.
“Governor Wike is clearly bereft of ideas, he runs the state without salient blue print in accordance with the Rivers state development master plan and international best practices.
“Governor Wike’s administration is rudderles, puerile and venile; it can be best described as a rogue regime that hurts citizens mindlessly. He qualifies as modern day Hitler. No thanks to the Supreme Court judgement.
“It is on record that Obio-Akpor Local Government has recorded high rate of kidnapping and hostage taking in the state. The dictatorial disposition of Governor Wike and continuous assault on the Federal Government have become worrisome.
“Wike runs the government of Rivers state according to his whims and caprices”, he alleged.
The APC also declared their support to the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi.