Fight Of The Titans: "Amaechi,Your Day Of Reckoning Is Coming"-Jonathan

Epic Battle! If You Are Looking For More, You Won't Be Disappointed! sit back, relax and enjoy this.

President Goodluck Jonathan has given an epic reply to Rivers State Governor Rotimi Amaechi for accusing him of having done nothing for the state. Amaechi had made the accusation on Saturday at the All Progressives Congress (APC) Rivers Solidarity Rally held at the Adokie Amiesimaka Stadium in Ikwerre Local Government Area of the state.

But Jonathan said that Amaechi's allegations showed that he had totally lost all sense of "propriety, decorum and responsible political behaviour and resorted to unacceptable demagoguery, libel, blackmail and incitement of public disorder".

The president, in a statement by his spokesman, Reuben Abati, said regardless of Amaechi's immunity, his day of reckoning would come when he would account for all his actions and false allegations against him (Jonathan) and the first lady.

Abati urged Amaechi to stop trying to make Jonathan the scapegoat for his woeful performance in Rivers State and look to his own very apparent failings and incompetencies.

He also asked the governor to stop blackmailing the first lady who, according to him, has demanded nothing from Amaechi other than good governance, justice, equity, fairness, real development and progress in Rivers State.

"The immunity which he currently enjoys notwithstanding, Governor Amaechi should be under no illusions: A day of reckoning will surely come when he will answer for all his actions and false allegations against President Jonathan, the First Lady and the Federal Government. He should also know that Nigerians are aware of the truth and will never be fooled or swayed by his arrant opportunism and anti-Jonathan rantings.

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