THERE'LL BE NO NATIONAL, GOVERNORSHIP ELECTIONS IN RIVERS STATE IF WE'RE NOT INCLUDED- DELISTED APC CANDIDATES BLOW HOT

- The delisted candidates of the APC in Rivers say there will be no national, state and governorship elections in the state if INEC fails

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