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APC mocks Gov. Dickson, reveals why APC defeated PDP

The All Progressives Congress (APC), has on Tuesday, December 3, said the outgoing Governor, Seriake Dickson has blamed everyone, including public institutions but himself for the loss of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) at the last Bayelsa governorship election.

Dickson had insisted that there was no election in the state and alleged that what transpired was a well-organized conspiracy against the PDP that led to the massacre of innocent persons.

Reacting, the APC spokesman said Lyon won because Dickson wasted the opportunity he had to become a hero in a state.

He said: “A state with the 4th highest federal allocation among 36 states; benefiting from huge oil derivation funds; ranked 27th among 36 states in terms of landmass; least populated of the 36 states, yet has nothing to show for it.”

“Governor Dickson should be accounting for his stewardship. He should account for how his oversized ego cost him and PDP the governorship election in Bayelsa State. Governor Dickson, for eight years, did what a typical PDP governor would do. He ran a directionless government, he squandered the state resources and had no traceable positive impact on Bayelsa State.”

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