A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress in Rivers State said that President Bola Tinubu has embarked on a journey in Rivers State that displeases God and offends public morality.
The party chieftain who pleaded anonymity added that the appointment of non-party members into the cabinet amounts to anti-party indulgence.
He maintained that the APC Constitution in Article 9 places compelling obligation for appointment of members of the party over and above other political considerations, according to Independent.
He noted that some members of the party in the state hve tackled the President over what they considered as neglect and rejection.
He said, “The President is experienced enough in politics to understand that he has embarked on a journey in Rivers State that offends God, public morality and good conscience as it stands. I’m not going to school his handlers on what the APC Constitution says in Article 9 on the compelling duty or obligation to appoint members of the party over and above other political considerations. If any member of the APC should know that appointing non-APC members into a cabinet formed by the APC is an anti-party indulgence.
“The President who has been our National Leader and one-time chairman of the APC Board of Trustees, should be the first on the list.”