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interview with Senator Magnus Ngei Abe of Rivers State


A SENATOR-ELECT FROM NIGERIA’S RIVERS STATE SAYS LAST WEEK-END’S PRESIDENTIAL POLL WAS WON BY THE STRONGEST AND MOST POPULAR CANDIDATE. INCUMBENT PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN OF THE PEOPLES DEMOCRATIC PARTY, THE PDP, PREVAILED OVER HIS CLOSEST RIVAL, GENERAL MUHAMMADU BUHARI OF THE CONGRESS FOR PROGRESSIVE CHANGE, THE CPC. BUHARI SUPPORTERS RIOTED ACROSS PARTS OF THE NORTH, SAYING THE VOTE HAD BEEN RIGGED. MAGNUS NGEI ABE IS A SENATOR-ELECT FOR RIVERS SOUTH-EAST SENATORIAL DISTRICT. FROM PORT HARCOURT, REPORTER TONY TAMUNO ASKED HIM FOR HIS VIEWS ON THE ELECTIONS, AND THE VIOLENCE. TAMUNO (MBONEY)-ABE Q & A NSO MC: THAT WAS NIGERIAN SENATOR-ELECT FOR RIVERS STATE, MAGNUS NGEI ABE. HE WAS SPEAKING TO REPORTER TONY TAMUNO IN PORT HARCOURT.

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