Senator Magnus Ngei Abe, senator representing Rivers South East Senatorial District and an APC stalwart, has commended APC members in Rivers State for resisting attempt by the leadership of the party in the state to shut out every member that has sympathy for him at the Local Government Non-elective Delegates Congress. Briefing newsmen in Port Harcourt on his reaction to the botched congress, Abe said that it was obvious to everybody that the leadership of the party in the state designed the congress to shut out his supporters. “Even a child knows that yesterday’s local government non elective congress in the state was designed by the leadership for one reason and one reason only, to prove that those with Senator Abe has been shut out of the party and will have no space in the affairs of the party “, Abe said.
The long-running crisis in the Rivers State chapter of the All Progressives Congress, APC, over divergent arguments on whether or not the party will conduct a governorship primary in selecting its candidate for the 2019 gubernatorial election has taken a new dimension. Four groups within the party in the state held separate meetings at the weekend, in Port Harcourt, the state capital, and took a swipe at the leadership of the party, insisting that former Governor Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi’s resolve to anoint a governorship candidate and the willingness of Senator Magnus Ngei Abe to offer himself for nomination in the governorship primary, should there be one in 2018, prior the governorship election on Saturday, March 2, 2019, has further exposed members of the party to lingering hardship and dejection. All four groups were unanimous in their condemnation of the crisis provoked by the topical debate on whether or not the Rivers APC will hold a primary as stipulated by the party’s constitution or ignore that provision in the APC constitution, as it happened in 2015, …
Senator Magnus Ngei Abe, Senator representing Rivers South East Senatorial District, has assured that the district will enjoy the commencement of work at Bodo-Bonny road project, Ogoni Clean-up project, Andoni/Oyigbo Power project, Water Projects and East-West road project in this year’s budget. Speaking while appearing as a guest on Today’s 95.1 FM Port Harcourt, news and current affairs programme; ‘Insight’, Abe said he was liaising with various committees and ministries to ensure that the projects are appropriately appropriated in the budget.
A store that sells husbands has just opened, where a woman may go to choose a husband. Among the instructions at the entrance is a description of how the store operates. You may visit the store ONLY ONCE! There are six floors and the attributes of the men increase as the shopper ascends the flights. There is, however, a catch. You may choose any man from a particular floor, or you may choose to go up a floor, but you cannot go back down except to exit the building! So, a woman goes to the Husband Store to find a husband .
Senator Magnus Ngei Abe, the Senator representing Rivers South East Senatorial District, has blamed Gov. Nyesom Wike and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for any violence which might have occurred during the December 10 legislative re-run elections in the state. Speaking on Rhythm 93.7fm Port Harcourt news and current affairs programme tagged, “Talk-of-the-Town”, Abe said although he heard an incident that happened at Bodo community and not Khana; such incident could have been triggered by the order given to PDP supporters by the party’s Arrest Resistance Committee to indulge in violence. “From the outset, we had said that the nature of the languages employed by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), the arrangement they were making with arrest resistance committee, inviting youths and arming them and all that. It was clearly inevitable that violence would be the result of this kind of arrangement. Those of them who made such arrangements should be held responsible for what they did. As far as Khana is concerned, I didn’t hear that anybody was killed in Khana. But I have …
Senator-elect for Rivers South East Senatorial District, Magnus Ngei Abe, has said that he cannot afford to fail the people of Rivers South East Senatorial District. Speaking at a church service held at St. Bartholomew’s Anglican Church, Bera in Gokana Local Government Area, Abe said he was determined more than ever to tackle the problems of the district headlong. “Rather than for me to fail, it would have been better I didn’t even win. I cannot afford to fail”, he said. He urged the people to continuously pray for God’s guidance and direction.
Truth must be told without fear or favour that what INEC, the Police, the Army and the DSS are currently doing in rivers state may lay a foundation that may spring to an uprising of many crises in Nigeria like the Arab Spring. This present administration of change is fast destroying the tenets and the lifespan of our hard warned democracy in Rivers State. You must not have your ways at all times in all places, some you win and some you let go for the interest of the overall peace of your people to save lives and properties. But the desperation of the messengers from the grave and the harbingers of the Caliphate with acclaimed federal might want to take all at all human cost against the far majority will of the people’s franchise. Nigerians are silent today, slumbering in the grave of lies while Amina Bala Zakari and her cohorts are busy breeding the monster that will destroy completely the remaining Pillars holding a united Nigeria.
Senator Magnus Ngei Abe, All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate for Rivers South East Senatorial District in the legislative re-run elections, has expressed reservation on the activities of the Independent Electoral Commission (INEC) in Rivers State to conduct a free and fair election. Speaking at a press briefing in Port Harcourt, Abe said that INEC had been conducting its activities to the knowledge of Governor Nyesom Wike and the PDP. He revealed that Collation and Returning Officers were being trained at an obscure hotel in Umuahia, Abia State.
Senator Magnus Ngei Abe, All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate for Rivers South East Senatorial District in the legislative re-run election, has commended the Obolo nation for their support for APC and the decamping of Hon. Sylvanus Kingston from PDP to APC. Speaking at a rally at Ngo town in Andoni Local Government Area, Abe said it was a thing of joy that the Andoni people have realized that the path to the development of Andoni could properly be attained through the APC. He said initially why many people in Rivers State were in PDP was because of giving solidarity to former President Goodluck Jonathan but when the project failed a lot of Rivers people thought aloud that the best option was to be in APC.
I counselled a young guy who was addicted to masturbation. He told me he can’t do without masturbation. One thing that struck me in his confession was when he said, ‘my mum caused all this for me’. Curiosity got hold of me & I asked him, how? He said; He started masturbation since when he was 4 years old’; My mum has always been dressing up naked before me; I am used to seeing her nakedness. I am not moved to have sex with her but I always long to see mature ladies naked just the way I always see my mum dressing up naked before me. I still remember seeing her nakedness regularly till I was 8 years & my dad do shout on her, ‘send this boy out before you dress’, but my mum would always reply by saying, ‘will my son sleep with me? (Click here to pay for your copy of Good to Go and save your copy)