Rivers: We Can’t Step Down; We Have Said So, And It Is Audible To The Deaf—According to Wike Loyalist Chidi Lloyd

Rivers: We Can't Step Down; We Have Said So, And It Is Audible To The Deaf—According to Wike Loyalist Chidi LloydThe chairman of a local government in Rivers State, Chidi Lloyd, made it clear in a newly published video on TVC that neither he nor his colleagues want to step down. He underlined their position’s certainty and clarity, saying that everybody can understand it regardless of their vision or hearing. In addition, Lloyd made it clear that neither he nor the other chairmen had asked the Rivers State House of Assembly to change any legislation in order to prolong their terms in office since they believe they are inalienable.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Further elaborating in the video, Lloyd pointed out that the Court of Appeal had directed them to maintain the existing situation, confirming their continued roles as local government chairmen despite opposition from the governor.

During an interview on TVC News, he remarked, “we cannot step down; we have said so, and it is audible to the deaf and visible to the blind. We are the creation of the law, and we respect the law; nobody can put me out of office. I didn’t ask the Rivers State House of Assembly to amend the law to extend my tenure, and because they have done so and the court of appeals has said we should maintain the status quo, I’m on the side of the law.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>