House of Assembly Candidate Challenges Opponents To The
…Says He is Strongly In The Race
The All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) House of Assembly
Candidate for Port Harcourt Constituency III, Christian
Amadi has advised his opponents to be courageous enough to
face the challenges of the elections rather than peddling
unfounded rumours to deceive voters.
Mr Amadi said this while reacting to the rumours making the
rounds that he has stepped down for his opponent in the
Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN), Mr Maxi Orlu.
The APGA Chieftain, and House of Assembly hopeful said the
baseless rumour was the handiwork of one Onyekachi Orlu, who
is a younger brother to the ACN Assembly candidate.
Christian Amadi reiterated his strong resolve to pursue his
desire to contest the election and emerge victorious to a
logical conclusion, stressing he is a better material
compared to other candidates for the same office in his
He recalled how other contestants were intimidated out of a
recent political debate by the Port Harcourt City Students
Association because of his rich credentials.
Mr Amadi appealed to his numerous supporters to remain
steadfast and discountenance the rumour by his opponents to
deceive them. “I'm strongly in the race and have no reason
to step down for anybody, and will definitely bring the
dividends of democracy to my constituents and will never
renege on my election promises”, he declared.
He also condemned in strong terms the quit notice allegedly
served on tenants by some landlords around Gambia axis of
Port Harcourt for supporting APGA.
Mr Amadi described this as undemocratic and primitive.###