As impeachment threat dangles before the embattled Rivers State Governor Hon. Chibuike Amaechi, posters bearing his photograph and Governor Sule Lamido for the 2015 presidential election now litters some parts of Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory.
But the Governor has denied having any ambition to contest the 2015 election against President Goodluck Jonathan, saying that it might be the handiwork of his political detractors’ flooding some parts of FCT with his posters.
Governor Amaechi’s poster with the Peoples Democrtic Party, PDP, logo, pested along the highway and some bus stop especially, the Federal Housing Estate Kubwa, Dutse bus stop and some other bus stops were struggling spaces with Church Crusade posters and were posted early morning of the Democracy Day.
Commenting on the appearance of his posters in Abuja, Governor Amaechi who spoke through his Commissioner for Information, Mrs. Ibim Semenitari said that he neither has no political ambition for the 2015 presidential election nor printed posters.
Describing the surfacing of the posters in the state as the handiwork of political jobbers, the governor advised members of the public not to link the posters to it.
"Those who posted the posters are neither agents of the state government nor that of the governor, they also do not have the sympathy of government or any of its officials," the statement insisted.
The statement therefore urged the general public to disregard any attempt to link the state government and Governor Muazu Aliyu to the campaign posters.