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Accord Party is strategic, says Pastor Fisi

Pastor Fisi
The electorate in Nigeria has been advised to vote for the Accord Party (AP) because it bears strategic position among the list of political parties by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

The Bayelsa state chairman of the party, Pastor Victor Werinipre Fisi who doubles as  Interparty Advisory Council (IPAC) in the state disclosed this while exchanging views with  journalists in Yenagoa, the Bayelsa state capital.

According to him, the party in the state is fielding aspirants in almost all the elective positions in the 2019 general elections.

However, as IPAC chairman in Bayelsa state, expressed disgust over the lackadaisical posture of the Special Adviser on political Affairs, Hon. Fynman Wilson and Mr. Robert Eyerorokumor have handled some political issues affecting the people of the state.

He blamed state government particularly Governor Dickson and his political aides for their inability to conduct local government elections, describing it as unimpressive to other political parties in the state, saying that election into the local council election is overdue which can hamper smooth political engineering of the state.

To this end, it is his desire for Governor Dickson to sack his political advisers who are ineptitude to drive the needful political process that would have taken the restoration government to the next level.
He condemned the various political vituperations level against him by Governor Dickson’s political aides who have belittled as a ‘man man’ adding that they are failures.

The IPAC chairman categorically disclosed that he worked hard with the two political advisers for Governor Dickson to win the 2015/16 governorship elections in Bayelsa state and wondered why he is labeled as a bad man.

He warned that if Governor Dickson cannot conduct elections into the eight local government councils in the state on time, it can be seen as injustice by political stakeholders.


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