…as Rivers LP executives dissociate selves from the adoption of Fubara
The Nollywood veteran actress, Hilda Dokubo, has stated that any Nigeria involved in the Obidient Movement that is seeking monetary reward is not sincere in the struggle for a better country.
This is coming as the Executives of the Labour Party in Rivers State have dissociated themselves from the purported endorsement of the Governorship Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Siminialaye Fubara, by the suspended Chairman of the party in the state, Dienye Pepple.
Dokubo, who spoke in Port Harcourt yesterday, following endorsement, and reports that Pepple and some others were financially induced to take the position said, that Obidients and Labour Party supporters do not accept bribes.
She noted that the nation at that time when people reach decisions either based on the level of their understanding or the hunger in their stomachs.
Dokubo said Obidients are a group of people who believe in a new Nigeria, Who believe that they can get better than the country is making available to them, adding that they would on Saturday vote their conscience.
Dokubo said: “I do not know what they (Pepple) have done what they have done, but as an Obidient, I will like to state clearly that the Obidients are not products that can be bought or sold.
“So, if anyone is moving because of whatever reason, you cannot claim to move with the Obidients. There is no one that plays anti-party that is an Obidient.
“We vote based on conviction. We vote our conscience. Don’t forget we are still on the journey to reclaiming our mandate. Anything that is not in this interest does not accept or follow it.”