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Timiprey Silva

The immediate past Governor of Bayelsa State, Timiprey Silva, on Monday  in Yola, Adamawa State capital, tendered an unreserved apology to all  Nigerians for giving them a wrong leader from the Niger Delta.Ex-Governor Sylva recalled that in 2011 he was in Adamawa State with  elders of Niger Delta to plead with the North to vote for their son,  Goodluck Jonathan, as President. He said that action was a big mistake.
“The country is not performing, the ship is sinking due to poor leadership,” he said and urged all Nigerians to drop petty sentiments and vote massively for APC and flush out PDP in 2015.Silva, who spoke at a grand rally organised by  opposition All Progressives Congress said he was tendering the apology  on behalf of elders of the Niger Delta region.He said the Niger Delta region is now regretting for bringing an  incompetent leader who has infected the nation with poverty, corruption  and religious sentiments to divide brothers and sisters.
Also speaking at the rallyNational Leader of the APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, said: “the hour has  come for well wishers to save the ship of the nation from wreck under  the leadership of the PDP.”Tinubu assured that APC will revamp the nation and give Nigerians true  dividends of democracy as is being witnessed in all the states that the  APC is controlling today.He said the coming back of former Vice President Atiku Abubakar into the  APC is a giant stride that will move Nigerian democracy forward.

Source: Radio Biafra.

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