Minister of Transportation and Leader of the All Progressives Congress
in Rivers State, Rotimi Amaechi has reacted to the crisis rocking his
Amaechi, in a statement from his media office on Tuesday, said he had
resolved to adopt the approach of a bystander and steer clear of
politics, as it affected the APC at the national and state levels.
He said that he was not aware of the reason behind the series of crises
rocking the All Progressives Congress (APC), both at the national level
and in Rivers State.
The Rivers APC Leader wondered why there is a crisis within the party
that cannot be resolved, especially when all members of the party are
“What is happening in APC, I don’t know; what is happening in Rivers
State, I don’t know. What I’ve done is to keep away from politics. Even
if I’m bothered, it’ll be internally.
“There’s nobody there (in the party) who is a child; we’re all adults. I don’t want to get involved in politics.
“Nigerians know me for being blunt and honest. Some see it as arrogance,
some see it as being brash, whatever it is. What do I need to say that I
have not said before? It’s internal dynamics of politics, it’s internal
“So, I have said it several times. When we fought in 2015, I said this
country cannot continue the way it is going. I’m not helpless, but I’m
doing what they call ‘siddon look,” Amaechi said.
At press time, there are more than 10 litigations bordering on the
leadership crisis in the party at the Federal Capital Territory, Edo and