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My ambition is driven by service – Peterside


ABUJA (Sundiata Post) – Dr. Dakuku Peterside, All Progressives Congress, (APC) governorship candidate in the April election in Rivers State has described his purpose in politics as service-driven.
He revealed that he has been guided in all his elected and appointed positions over the years as a politician by this objective of service.
Peterside, a former federal legislator, was guest on O&M Sunday Show on Africa Independent Television (AIT).
The APC governorship candidate, who is currently at the elections tribunal over the contentious Rivers State April elections results, was quite convivial and spoke on a wide range of issues.
When asked on his reaction on the governorship election, Peterside said the process has not concluded yet and therefore cannot be foreclosed.
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“I feel normal and good because the process is still ongoing. There is no conclusion yet and until that happens, we cannot draw answers. The process of elections does not end just at that first announcement. We are in court and until the court processes go full circle, we cannot wind up the course of fighting for our rights”, he said.
He also spoke on the campaign of calumny targeted against the immediate past governor of Rivers State, Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi. According to him, those behind the smear campaign are working on a script to inflict irreparable damage on the ex-governor but he contended that they would fail in their plot.
Peterside described Amaechi as a former governor who would for many years be remembered for his prudence, inclusiveness, transparency and unrivalled development.

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