Rivers govt dismisses APC’s call for state of emergency, describes it as “bobo juice”

Rivers govt dismisses APC’s call for state of emergency, describes it as “bobo juice”
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The Rivers State Government has dismissed the call for an emergency rule by Tony Okocha, the Caretaker Committee Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Rivers State, labelling his statements as “Bobo juice.”

Joseph Johnson, the Commissioner for Information and Communications, responded to Okocha’s remarks, describing them as not worth responding to.

Johnson criticized Okocha for his history of spreading misinformation and scaremongering, asserting that his statements are not taken seriously in the state.

He also cited past instances where Okocha’s claims were proven false.

His words: “On Tony Okocha I don’t think that what Okocha said is worth giving any attention. We should not break our heads over what Tony Okocha said.

“The other time he said there was a cholera outbreak when the medical personnel visited the place they said there is nothing like that.

“Another day he (Okocha) said he was welcoming members of the House of Assembly who defeated the APC. What is the position today?

“He also said that he was going to ask the members of the House of Assembly to commence impeachment of the governor, what is the position today?

“All these talks are what we call Bobo juice, He is talking to himself, he is not talking to anybody and he is not talking to Rivers people.”

He stated that the Rivers state government remains focused on addressing the genuine needs and concerns of the citizens.

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