Rivers State Legal Clarification: No Court Ruling on Lawmakers’ PDP Status

Amidst a whirlwind of media reports, the Rivers State Attorney General has stepped in to correct the record regarding the political status of Martin Amaewhule and 26 other legislators. Recent headlines have erroneously reported a court ruling that allegedly affirmed these lawmakers as members of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).

“The narrative that the court has recognized the said assembly members as part of the PDP is incorrect,” the Attorney General asserted. “Such declarations were never made, and we urge the media and public to seek truth and accuracy.”

The Attorney General’s statement aims to dispel the rumors and ensure that the public discourse is informed by verified information. “It is crucial that the judiciary’s pronouncements are not misconstrued or misrepresented,” he remarked.

In light of these clarifications, the Attorney General calls for responsible journalism and reminds the media of their obligation to uphold the highest standards of news reporting.

As the situation continues to evolve, more details are expected to emerge. The public is advised to follow only trusted sources for the latest and most reliable updates on this unfolding story.

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