Mr Charles Kaye Okoye’s true identity, who was used by the Rivers State APC as a witness at the Rivers State Governorship Election Tribunal Sitting in Abuja has been revealed. He is a card carrying member of the APC planted in the State office of INEC by immediate past governor, Rotimi Amaechi.
According to a statement by Governor Wike’s media office, Mr Okoye played major roles in the APC campaigns for President Muhammadu Buhari and the defeated Rivers State APC governorship candidate, Dakuku Peterside.
“Investigations revealed that his hearsay testimony at the tribunal is part of an ongoing plot by the APC to use lies and propaganda to cast doubts over the governorship election lost by the party in Rivers State.
“Investigations further revealed that he has been on the payroll of the APC as one of the compromised staff, hence he wrote a personal report on the election, paid for by the APC that was presented at the tribunal.
“His activities on social media, exposed his partisanship especially as regards the presidential and governorship elections where he campaigned vigorously for the APC.
“Incidentally, when his candidate Dakuku Peterside of the APC lost to Governor Wike during the April 11 governorship election, Charles Okoye, the so-called INEC staff in the monitoring department admitted in his Facebook post that the election was free and fair and that the people of Rivers State have made their choice. He called on the defeated Dakuku Peterside and other Rivers people to support Governor Nyesom Wike.
“In another Facebook post, Charles Okoye posted the picture of his candidate, Dakuku Peterside, while in another he posted the logo of the APC. He also posted the picture of the immediate past governor, Rotimi Amaechi.
“Posting on December 10 on Facebook, 2014, Charles Kaye Okoye wrote: “ Hon. Peterside-Yours is a March to destiny. Fortune is for the brave. A March to destiny…and a March to the Brick House of Rivers State. UP APC”.
“In his April 12, 2015 post on Facebook, Charles Okoye wrote: “ Rivers Guber: It was a war of wit between Amaechi and Wike and Wike triumphed. Sad as it may seem, let’s in the spirit of sportsmanship congratulate him. Whatever game he played, he played it well. Congrats Chief Nyesom Wike”, the statement said.

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