Governorship candidate of the All Blending Party (ABP) in Rivers State, Kalada Allison, on Thursday said God has positioned him to be the next governor of the state. Allison called on the state governor, Nyesom Wike, who is seeking re-election on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party to forget his bid to return to the Government House in 2019. Punch reports that he told journalists in an interview in Jos, Plateau State capital that financial strength of both the PDP and the All Progressives Congress would not change God’s plan of making him the state governor. “Youths want me and they need me because they know that I will not only create jobs for them but I will also make sure that lives and properties are safe.” he said. Allison accused Wike of not delivering good governance in the state despite the resources at his disposal. “I am from Bonny Island in Rivers State and I can tell you with facts that my people have benefited nothing from the Wike-led administration. There is no single project completed by the governor in Bonny. “I can tell you of how many boat mishaps my people experience everyday, yet we voted him into power. My people have been cheated for many years now, yet these same people contribute billions to the state.” Allison said.
By: Anne Clement Bassey