‘WHY WIKE IS AFRAID OF LULU-BRIGGS’

‘WHY WIKE IS AFRAID OF LULU-BRIGGS’

by Dason Nemieboka January 12, 2019


Amidst debate on the possibility of the All Progressive Congress (APC) missing out on the Rivers state governorship contest in March, The Accord Party (A) in Rivers state is facing legal hurdles after a claimant to the party’s ticket for the March guber election dragged it to court. In this interview, Dason Nemieboka, spokesperson to Dumo Lulu-Briggs, says the intra-party crisis is being sponsored by those afraid of the political weight of Lulu-Briggs. Excerpts.

 

What is your feeling on the legal action against Briggs’ candidacy?

Sincerely, we would have ignored this completely if we were operating in a different clime. However, with the Nigerian politician, you know that there can be an attempt to blindfold even God. Our preliminary findings and the inconsistency of the claimant points to the fact that he is serving an interest beyond his comprehension. If and when we are duly served the court processes, we shall respond adequately. However, I am certain that the only beneficiary of this distractive tactics would be the judiciary and the press.

Both the claimant and his paymasters would discover that these distractive blocks thrown at Chief Dumo Lulu-Briggs will become building blocks and steps to victory.

The truth is that, the sponsors would be shocked that their very effort at distracting the focused Accord Party and her credible governorship candidate would be the reason why even their members, including commissioners, would flood the Accord party soon.

Chief Lulu-Briggs is focused on his work. He is disturbed that Rivers people would continue to tolerate bad leadership until May 28. He is disturbed that the people would live under selfish rulers for the period but not whether the judiciary would stoop to be used by accidental powerful men. He has never doubted the courage and integrity of the courts, he knows that once a judge looks into the case he would throw it out and award cost against the plaintiff, for attempting to manipulate the law to get what he doesn’t deserve. Our judges are wise.

Why then is your principal dodging service of court papers as being alleged by the claimant?

That is laughable. Chief Dumo is clearly the most accessible governorship candidate in Rivers State. We are not going to apply dirty tricks because flooring the incumbent on March 2nd is a rather simple task. Anyone who claims that he couldn’t serve processes is economical with the truth. I think that is the agenda create false impressions in an attempt to mislead voters.

We know what they are up to and we shall shock them. I think rather than ask a man who is sacrificing to liberate us, we should ask our political tormentors why they are attempting to block the only true challenger they have Their tormentors are those who have vowed to arrest massive development in Rivers State, those who spend hundreds of billions of our commonwealth without recourse to any budget. Those who rule by spreading fear and insecurity, instead of curbing it.

They are those who forced themselves on Rivers people and are now worried that God has sent a man to deliver, liberate and stimulate blessings. It is clear that they are afraid of any fair contest. They fear that the dwindling public image can’t secure electoral victory. They are afraid of Dumo Lulu-Briggs’ towering personality, hence the attempt to get him out of the race by the back door. Governor Wike clearly dreads a contest against Chief Dumo Lulu-Briggs.

Why do you think your candidate is considered a threat when there are countless others?

Do not tell me about scores of political parties or candidates, for us in Rivers State the choice is between going in one accord which is the new and better order, and continuing in the dark days of primitive rulership. Accord is the fastest growing party in Rivers State. The candidate is the most popular and most loved politician in the state and other parties are losing members daily to Accord. So why won’t a desperate party attempt to stop Chief Dumo Lulu-Briggs and the Accord party in Rivers State, where a governor would build a motor park and invite angels to commission.

Rivers people seek an exposed and compassionate leader who knows the people. They want Chief Dumo Lulu-Briggs and so Governor Wike knows that he will be an ex-governor as long as Dumo is on the ballot. DLB as they call him is creating jobs even as a private citizen, he is reducing poverty, and he is educating indigent students in the LGAs. He plans to develop multiple streams of income for the state; tourism, agriculture and industrialization would be the highpoints of the incoming administration. We are worried that Rivers State has the highest rate of unemployment and the current administration is sitting pretty playing politics and seeking to pull down the credible contenders.

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