Rivers Political Crisis: I ‘m not going to fight Goodluck Jonathan, Princewill Declares

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Prince Tonye Princewill, a stalwart of the Peoples Democratic Party, and one time Action Congress, AC, governorship candidate in the 2007 general poll in Rivers has declared that he won’t get involved in any political tussle against President Goodluck Jonathan, especially according to him, “If I think that fight is not good enough.

Mr Princewill stated this recently during Rhythm 93.7 FM’s current affairs, news, interview and phone-in progragramme dubbed “viewpoint” where he talked on a lot of state, regional and national issues.

The progragramme which was monitored by Tonye Princewill’s Media Department on the 1st of Feb. 2014, found Princewill saying that he has not fallen out with Governor Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi because he (Amaechi) no longer gives him contract.

“No, I won’t use the word ‘fallen out’, there is a disagreement; a very fundamental disagreement. But you know I still consider him as a friend. Our communication is not like it used to be but I am not going to say that because we disagree on a political issue that everything is lost, no it is not. I just simply refused to fight Goodluck Jonathan.  I am not going to be part of that”, Princewill asserted.

Kindly click on the link below to get the full detail of the interview programme (View point) courtesy of Rhythm 93.7 FM: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tU9IUyrlGkw

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