Bayelsa govt. accuses APC of sponsoring unrest

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They also said APC ‘s intention is to make Governor Seriake Dickson look like he does not have a firm grip of the security situation in the state.
The government of Bayelsa state has accused the All Progressives Congress (APC) of sponsoring unrest in the state.
The government says the opposition party in the state, has been masterminding killings, kidnappings and economic sabotage.
It also said the APC ‘s intention is to make Governor Seriake Dickson look like he does not have a firm grip of the security situation in the state.
Leadership reports that the Bayelsa State commissioner of Information and Orientation, Hon. Jonathan Obuebite said “The members of the APC are still pained by their landslide loss in the governorship election and have vowed to ensure that the second term of Dickson is frustrated through such attacks.
“These attacks which have claimed several innocent lives have heightened the security situation in the state which was brought back to normalcy by the restoration government after the last governorship election. Worried by the spate of attacks on security operatives and oil installations in Bayelsa State, the government of Hon. Seriake Dickson has severally expressed its readiness to work with the federal government and security agents to arrest the situation and bring to book, those behind it.”
Seriake Dickson was sworn in as Governor of Bayelsa state, for the second time, on Sunday, February, 14, 2016.
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