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  2. Tumultuous crowd and all the presidential aspirants on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC) were yesterday in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital,
    to honour Governor Rotimi Amaechi. The occasion was the
    seventh anniversary of his Supreme Court victory, leading
    to heavy traffic in the Garden City.

    The Rivers Solidarity Convention, with theme: “Seven Years of Change We Can See,” took place at the 40,000-seater Adokiye
    Amiesimaka Stadium, Igwuruta-Ali, at the Greater Port Harcourt City,
    near the Port Harcourt International Airport, along the ever-busy Port
    Harcourt-Owerri Federal Road, recently dualised by Amaechi’s government.

    Yesterday’s anniversary was also used to inaugurate the stadium, constructed by the Amaechi administration to boost sports in Nigeria, while thousands of members of
    the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), across the 23 local government areas of Rivers State,
    led by a former Deputy Speaker of the House of Assembly, Emmanuel Deeya, who defected to the APC.

    The elaborate celebration was transmitted live on the Africa
    Independent Television (AIT), Channels Television; the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) and
    the Silverbird Television (STV).

    The APC’s presidential aspirants at the event were
    a former Head of State, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (rtd.); ex-Vice-President
    Atiku Abubakar; the Governor of Kano State, Musa Rabiu Kwankwaso; his Imo State counterpart, Rochas Okorocha and
    Sam Nda-Isaiah.

    Also in attendance were the National Chairman of the APC, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun; the Governor of Kwara State, Abdulfatah Ahmed
    and his predecessor, Senator Bukola Saraki, as well
    as a former Governor of Ekiti State, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, and his predecessor,
    Segun Oni, an engineer, who is also the Deputy National Chairman,
    South, of the APC, lawmakers and other eminent personalities.

    Buhari said the APC, from next year, would provide security and development in Nigeria, while Atiku urged Nigerians to vote for APC in 2015 to eradicate poverty and ensure steady
    electricity, good roads and good schools, among others, with Kwankwaso noting that Amaechi is ensuring peace and stability in Nigeria, as the Chairman of the Nigeria Governors’ Forum (NGF).

    Okorocha assured that the APC would provide the best presidential candidate with vision for
    Nigeria, not based on religion or tribe, while Nda-Isaiah stated that God gave
    Rivers people good governor Amaechi, declaring that he had
    never seen the kind of crowd at the Adokiye Amiesimaka Stadium before.

    Odigie-Oyegun assured that the APC would wipe out corruption in Nigeria and that APC is in charge of
    Rivers State, contrary to the claim of the leaders of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), stating that the progress in the state could be
    replicated at the centre and all over Nigeria.

    Amaechi, who danced so well, while addressing the unprecedented crowd, urged Nigerians to punish out the
    PDP and President Goodluck Jonathan with their
    votes in 2015, in order to bring about the much-desired change.

    The former head of state said: “I do not think there is anything remaining. All that needs to be said has been said, but I stand here to congratulate the Governor of Rivers State and you the good people of Rivers State. You have been lucky for seven good years and you are going to remain lucky for one more year, God willing.

    “I assure you that the coming together of APC of the
    major opposition so-called political parties is
    to make sure that we consolidate what is lacking
    in Nigeria, security and development, and God willing, APC from next year, will provide them.

    God will answer our prayers.”

    The former vice-president noted that he had been associating with the state since 1985 and had not seen the kind of progress in those years, like he had seen in the last seven years.

    Atiku said: “Do you want the progress to continue?
    Do you want to feel the projects? Do you want to eradicate poverty?
    Do you want to go to good schools? Do you want good roads?
    Do you want power? Vote APC. Vote APC. Vote APC.”

    Kwankwaso, while also speaking, said: “Let me start by congratulating my friend,
    my brother, my Chairman, the Chairman of the Nigeria Governors’ Forum, Rt.
    Hon. Rotimi Amaechi. Let me congratulate him for the projects and programmes he had executed in this state in the last
    seven years, one of which is this very big stadium.

    “Let me also congratulate you for being a good Chairman for Governors of this country and let me also congratulate you for ensuring peace and stability in this country. We are very much aware of the relationship that existed between this part of the country with the Northern part of the country and other parts.

    “This governor (Amaechi) has worked so hard in the last seven years to ensure good relationship between us.
    I want to assure you that many of us from the other parts of
    the country will continue to work together with you and the other good people of this state and also this part of
    the country.”

    The governor of Imo State spoke so passionately about the crowd at the stadium and the massive support Rivers people gave the NGF chairman.

    Okorocha said: “My people, my people, let me say that today (yesterday), my eyes have seen the
    good works of a gentleman. I am simply tantalised, mesmerised and flabbergasted.
    Today (yesterday), we have seen a sign of change; the change has come and the change
    must be.

    “Let no one contest on the platform of tribe or you can become a tribal leader. We need a national leader that can move this nation forward. My prayer is that may the Almighty God, who has started the good work in Amaechi, may He continue with him in Jesus’ name.”

    Nda-Isaiah said: “Exactly this day, seven years ago, God gave you a good governor, who vaunted the life of the people. He built schools and did other good things. The best thing he did for you is to move from PDP to APC.

    “I hope you heard what the governor (Amaechi) had said.
    In 2015, I hope the other parties are watching. I have never seen this kind
    of crowd before and whoever is planning to rig will have to contend
    with this crowd.”

    The national chairman of the APC also berated President Jonathan for describing Rivers APC as a party that existed only on billboards and posters.

    Odigie-Oyegun said: “Like your governor (Amaechi)
    said, in Benin, during the PDP’s Southsouth campaign,
    he (President Jonathan) told the whole nation that APC does not
    exist in Rivers State. That it is only a poster party.
    We were worried and we were concerned. Your governor,
    a fantastic man, was challenged.

    “So, today, he (Amaechi) brought all of us here. The entire leadership of the APC is lined up here today. .

    “Those of you who believe that the progress in Rivers State can be replicated at the centre and
    all over Nigeria, say yeah. Those who believe that APC will wipe out corruption in this
    nation, Nigeria, give me one gbosa. Those who believe that APC will guarantee better security for this country, give me another yeah.”

    Amaechi, who was so relaxed, in spite of the intimidation and persecution by the Federal Government and President Jonathan, said he was at the stadium to test his popularity.

    The NGF chairman said: “They (PDP leaders) have made too much noise.
    The President (Jonathan) says we exist only on posters and billboards.
    So, we brought a large billboard for him. If the President
    is not watching (the rally), they will give him security report.

    “This stadium is 40,000 sitting capacity. I built it. It was built by me. One of them campaigning for Rivers governorship (Chief Nyesom Wike, the immediate past Minister of State for Education) was the contractor to do the roads. He abandoned the roads and took N3 billion and left. Now, he wants to be governor.

    “I challenge them to an integrity test. Any of them from Abuja to Rivers State, I challenge them to an integrity test.
    I have worked with them. I have their records and their (records) are in the
    Office of the Governor.

    “We have developed 750 megawatts, but the problem is Federal Government not allowing us to distribute electricity.

    “We were to give Port Harcourt water. As I am talking to
    you today, the Minister of Finance (Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala) has refused to move the file
    again back to Executive Council for approval, so that you can have water.
    They do not care for you. They want you to die of water-borne diseases.
    Punish them with your votes. Punish PDP with your votes.
    He (Jonathan) is our son, why can’t we have water?

    “The problem we have is that the EFCC (Economic and Financial Crimes Commission) is no longer working. Corruption is at its industrial scale. Thieves are thieves because we now have an industry called corruption.”

    The Rivers governor also lauded all the members of the National Assembly for standing by his government, stressing that eight of the members of the House of Representatives from the state came with him to the APC,
    while the rest betrayed him, declaring that they would be punished by Rivers people with their votes in 2015.

    The NGF chairman also thanked Rivers people, for keeping him as governor and
    standing by him, stressing that he had no choice, but to deliver on his promises

    Amaechi also stated: “They said the reason why the President (Jonathan) is not performing in Rivers State is because he is quarrelling with the Governor of Rivers State. Okay, what is the quarrel between the Governor of Akwa Ibom State and the Governor of Cross River State that the roads from Akwa Ibom State to Cross River State is abandoned? Are they quarrelling too? It is more of lack of performance.

    “When the President (Jonathan) spoke in Benin, he spoke in a stadium that
    was less than 20,000-sitting capacity. When TAN (Transformation Ambassadors of Nigeria) held their rally in Port Harcourt, they held
    it at the 16,000 capacity Elekahia stadium and this was a
    Southsouth rally. The rally in Benin was Southsouth. The rally in Port Harcourt was Southsouth.

    This one (APC mega rally) is Port Harcourt rally.

    “Do you remember Ebola? To show you how much the President hates us, he visited Lagos, did he visit Rivers State? He did not care. He wanted all of us to die, but I took it as a challenge and said none of us would die. Whatever it will take, I will do what I can by God’s grace to protect Rivers people.

    “Can you see our airport (Port Harcourt International Airport)?
    The president lands at the airport. But see how we look like refugees.

    They say there is no light at the airport. What did we
    do to them? We gave him the highest votes in the country and the punishment we get for giving him the highest vote is operation nothing.
    So, APC is the solution to protect our interest.
    We must go there to vote out the PDP. It is not about our son.

    “They tell you that you should not vote for these people, because they are Hausa people, they are Muslims, but the refinery in Rivers State was built and commissioned by Tafawa Balewa, he is a northerner. Shehu Shagari started NAFCON, Ibrahim Babangida commissioned it. IBB started the Eleme Petrochemical Company, Sani Abacha completed it. They are all northerners; they are all Muslims. NLNG was started and completed by Abacha and he is a northerner and a Muslim. Bonny NLNG, NDDC, Niger Delta Ministry were established by northerners.

    “In fact, when Yar’Adua was alive, Niger Delta Ministry was working, Now it is only one item:
    East-West Road, and they say he (President Jonathan) is our brother.
    He is not my brother. My brother is the man who delivers on his services for me.
    If the President says he is our brother, let him call one
    project (his administration has embarked upon in Rivers State).”

    The representative of Rivers Southeast Senatorial District, Magnus Ngei Abe, while speaking, stressed that yesterday’s rally was better than any of the rallies in Nigeria during the 2011 campaigns, stating that anybody Amaechi supports would do well.

    Abe, who is also the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Petroleum (Downstream), declared that the charlatans and noisemakers (PDP leaders) that Nigerians were seeing now, they would no longer see them from May 29, 2015.

    While speaking on behalf of the members of the House of Representatives, Dr. Dakuku Peterside, who represents Andoni-Opobo/Nkoro constituency of Rivers State and the Chairman of the Rivers APC Contact Committee, described Amaechi as a man of integrity and character.

    Peterside, who is also the Chairman of the House of Representatives’ Committee on Petroleum (Downstream), noted that with the trust Rivers people have in Amaechi, they would go for APC, all the way, while assuring that Rivers people are solidly behind the youthful governor.

    The Speaker of the Rivers House of Assembly, Otelemaba Dan Amachree, stated that Amaechi had brought change to the state and transformed Rivers, as well as being the face of modern democracy, with 25 of the 31 lawmakers “solidly” behind him.

    The Rivers Chairman of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Dr. Chris Oruge, maintained that labour is in support of Amaechi, while expressing surprise that just last Wednesday, some PDP leaders sent thugs to his office to kill him for supporting the NGF chairman, declaring that Amaechi is performing and Rivers workers are behind him.

  3. The roads are ok though, and are bound to last considering the topography
    and little human/vehicular traffic!
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by Nobody:5:41pm On Jun 16, 2013Jigawa is a lot better than Bayelsa State when you compare it
    to fraction of what is available to Bayelsa State.

    http://www.ynaija.com/opinion-how-to-defraud-a-nation-and-enslave-the-next-generation-the-nigerian-example-photos/
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by GenSpecific:5:44pm On Jun 16,
    2013payless: Jigawa is a lot better than Bayelsa State when you compare it to fraction of what is available to Bayelsa State.

    You will be amazed to see how the politicians in Bayelsa State stole funds meant for rehabilitation of schools
    and other infrastructural facilities in the state.

    The link below is says it all:

    http://www.ynaija.com/opinion-how-to-defraud-a-nation-and-enslave-the-next-generation-the-nigerian-example-photos/

    Yoruba mentality
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by Abagworo(m):6:12pm On Jun 16, 2013Going by the amount of money Jigawa gets, I must say this is
    impressive. Alamiesigha tried in Bayelsa but
    because of his unfortunate scandal, people seem to equate him with Jonathan and Sylva.

    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by EkoIle1:6:15pm On Jun 16, 2013Pp
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by EkoIle1:6:16pm On Jun 16, 2013Lol
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by EkoIle1:6:17pm On Jun 16, 2013Asd
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by ujoinme:6:21pm On Jun 16,
    2013Every state in nigeria that builds anything should be thankful to
    the Oil producing states/communities for the funding which their resources has provided for.

    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by EkoIle1:6:
    22pm On Jun 16, 2013Link
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by Nobody:6:
    23pm On Jun 16, 2013Impressive …..absolutely impressive.

    When OBJ said what he said….we thought he was
    merely exaggerating to massage the ego of his host…but now we know the man actually saw development on the ground that warranted that statement.

    Obviously you can help someone get a job…you
    can’t help such person in doing the job..they helped
    Lamido..and he is helping himself do the job.
    1 LikeRe: DUTSE …from Village To City by EkoIle1:6:
    25pm On Jun 16, 2013Ytyy
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by Nobody:
    6:27pm On Jun 16, 2013Eko Ile…pls can you do me a favor
    by listing such impressive infrastructure development on my thread on Baylesa?

    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by ballabriggs:6:
    28pm On Jun 16, 2013ujoinme: Every state in nigeria that builds anything
    should be thankful to the Oil producing states/communities for the
    funding which their resources has provided for.

    Make I even ask these people something first. The joint oil development zones being developed by Nigeria and Sao Tome, which Oil community owns the oil there?

    The ones around the gulf of guinea, which oil community are
    those blocs in?
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by EkoIle1:6:28pm On Jun 16, 2013Oooooppm
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by EkoIle1:6:32pm On Jun 16, 2013Lkoklk
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by EkoIle1:6:34pm On Jun 16, 2013Pppppppkj
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by Nobody:6:34pm On Jun 16, 2013ujoinme: Every
    state in nigeria that builds anything should be thankful to the Oil
    producing states/communities for the funding which their resources has provided for.

    Do I smell jealousy, why not hold your own government accountable and stop labelling critics
    as traitors
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by EkoIle1:6:37pm On Jun 16,
    2013Gggfffh
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by ujoinme:6:38pm On Jun 16, 2013good job jigawa for using the
    oil money well. Crude oil allocation at work
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by EkoIle1:6:
    40pm On Jun 16, 2013Ghghg
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by EkoIle1:6:
    42pm On Jun 16, 2013I really like functional and productive
    leaders with good sense of duty. Leadership is more
    than collecting paychecks and looking the other way,
    its about leading effectively and delivering service on behalf of
    the people and this man in Jigawa is on the job
    and delivering

    Jigawa o ni baje o…..
    4 Likes 1 ShareRe: DUTSE …from Village To City by Nobody:6:51pm On Jun 16, 2013Gen. Specific:

    Ok. You have now added Lamido as you friend and joined Bayelsa as a whole alongside Ndigbo as your enemy.

    Yoruba mentality.

    Sir mumu/Ode..so when you appreciate good developmental stride
    outside your own region…you are exhibiting “Yoruba mentality”” in your warped judgement?
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by DuduNegro:7:07pm On Jun 16, 2013Eko Ile:
    I really like functional and productive leaders with good sense of duty. Leadership is more than collecting paychecks and looking the other way, its about leading effectively and delivering service on behalf of the people and this man in Jigawa is on the job and delivering

    It’s a sad shame that many people especially the usual characters whose regions combined don’t even know how to tie their shoes talk less build a common classroom sits around and badmouth anything and everybody outside their villages, but the folks they badmouth are rapidly developing and leaving them behind. Small Jigawa is building a new airport from scratch, but your entire regain combined can’t build one single airport and instead, you cry and beg beg as usual.

    Obviously in Jigawa, they are not incompetent and they don’t beg, they get off their assess and do the work.

    Good job my man! Onitsha O’ni…oops, I mean, Dutse O’ni Baje O!
    2 Likes 1 ShareRe: DUTSE …from Village To City by DuduNegro:7:13pm On Jun 16, 2013Emir of Dutse’s Palace and Throne
    1 LikeRe: DUTSE …from Village To City by Ikengawo:8:20pm On Jun 16, 2013Gen. Specific:

    What development? These guys are being paid to post silly pictures of projects that have no bearing to the common man.
    The main issue is why do they do this especially eko ile? Why do they take the time to shovel the achievements of certain Governors? If truly it is to see Nigeria develop why is it that they have a select area to which they keep posting? Can they say that other states don’t have development programs?
    And why all of a sudden eko ile decided to start posting pics from Jigawa on cue from OP?
    I know he is as sectional as they come so my guess is that he just like OP are actually political propaganda shills.
    Something that this section should be able to rise above.

    tl;dr: they are propaganda agents

    So the pictures your seeing are fake? smh. The man put things on the ground that weren’t there before. What have you added to your fathers compound, let alone local government. Why would a yoruba ACN sectionalist be in support of a fulani PDP governor?
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by EkoIle1:8:25pm On Jun 16, 2013Dudu_Negro:

    Eko Ile,

    You have been accused of bias towards Lagos, however I have seen you produced pictures and reposrts of developments in other states beside Lagos and even in regions outside Yorubaland. This addition for Dutse and Jigawa is a testimony to your unbiased love and respect for achievements and service for the people.

    I must ask you, is it not true that if any state in the SE region has accomplishments to showcase that you will gladly share and report it with as much glee and pride as you have done for Lagos, Calabar, Osun and now Dutse?

    Given your broad coverage and openess I want to say you are very patriotic. Your critics need to rise up and catch up with the rest of Nigeria, rather than lambasting your efforts to encourage pride and patriotism for Nigerians.

    Good job my man! Onitsha O’ni…oops, I mean, Dutse O’ni Baje O!

    Thanks for the wonderful complements, means a while lot….

    With me, it doesn’t matter where the development is because development is development since its one of the many reasons why we vote for and elect our leaders. We want to know and confirm that they are thinking about us as they go about their governing business.

    My problem with the sad and pathetic anti everybody people on NL has nothing to do with dislike, it has more to do with their collective stupidity, collective idiocy, collective empty and shallow arrogance that amounts to nothing on the ground for the people

    I know their region like the back of my hand there is absolutely nothing there to be proud of or show anybody so why waste time.? They like to boast, beat their empty and shallow chest with the vaguest and smallest thing in the world so if there is anything in that region worthy of anything, we no go here word on NL but the good God is a kind God, you can not be so caustic, so mean, so spiteful, so demeaning to other people and expect good fortune in return.

    I visit their states and related websites looking for something, but many of the sites are not only empty, many of the links are dead. Even one of the removed the official banner from the states website and replaced it with personal pictures from his daughters wedding…

    The fact is, they have no business bad mouthing other people since they are the ones at the short I end of the stick, they are the ones with no development, with nothing for the future, with no hope or anything to look forward to.

    While the rest of the country is moving ahead and taking care of their own future, they are the ones sitting around begging for everything, they are the ones begging for a little bridge for 30 long years..

    All that aside, if I see something from that region worth posting, I’ll gladly post, but like I said there is nothing their to post and the fact that they leave their empty states alone to boast with common akwa ibom tells you that there is nothing under their own roof to be proud of…
    1 Like 1 ShareRe: DUTSE …from Village To City by adejoro75:8:30pm On Jun 16, 2013Eko Ile:
    Small Jigawa is building a new airport from scratch, but your entire regain combined can’t build one single airport and instead, you cry and beg beg as usual.

    Jigawa o ni baje o…..

    Do you believe in Justice? If so, do you believe that all regions, except SE, of Nigeria should have a federal airport? If you believe in justice, what is the problem you have with the SE people asking that the federal-aiport in Enugu be improved upon?
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by adejoro75:8:35pm On Jun 16, 2013And hey!!! Jigawa State is governed by ACN that is why the have recorded these achievements. PDP states do not achieve anything.
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by EkoIle1:8:42pm On Jun 16, 2013adejoro75:

    Coming from you, it is no surprise. Only a fool will fall for this your sudden love for non-Yoruba. Pray tell, do you know Imo airport? If you do, do you know who built it? If you do, can you tell when it was built and how many years later was the next state-owned airport built in Nigeria? While at that can you show the airport that any SW State has built? Thank you.

    Do you believe in Justice? If so, do you believe that all regions, except SE, of Nigeria should have a federal airport? If you believe in justice, what is the problem you have with the SE people asking that the federal-aiport in Enugu be improved upon?

    Do that and maybe I’ll take you and your kind seriously….
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by EkoIle1:8:45pm On Jun 16, 2013You call hausa people almajiri, you label them backward, you call them terrorists you trash them at will, but they are developing way ahead of.you and putting you to shame…. So the joke is obviously on you…
    Re: DUTSE …from Village To City by omongbatim:8:47pm On Jun 16, 2013Eko Ile:

    Instead of the usual blame blame and.scapegoating other people or your misery and your leaders incompetencies, why haven’t any of you loud mouths started a thread to educate people like me about development in the east? Why not put on display what I’m missing?

    Do that and maybe I’ll take you and your kind seriously….

    Before rambling incoherently, can you kindly answer the direct question you were asked? Do you know how Imo airport was built and when it was built?

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